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I am new to the forums and have a question. I have a 1.5 month old Palm Beach pup. I am trying to figure out which size would be best for her. I want her to be somewhere between 15 - 20lbs. I would like her to be healthy, but not too big (I can't afford to spay/neuter)

Thanks!

Linda, I have a 5 month old puppy and she is 20lbs at 10 weeks and we are taking her on her first long distance trip to Arizona. I read up on the subject and they have to go in at about 30lbs and have a good quality crate. We are going to be making some modifications to her crate and then I will take her to the vet on the way down.

I know this is way off topic, but as I was looking for help I figured I might as well ask. I am interested in taking a trip with my dog. There is a group that will pick up a dog or couple in the Phoenix area for $400 (for the person and dog) It is run by two ladies, one is a pet sitter. They go out of their way to get the dogs and to ensure that they have everything they need, even in-cabin items for the trip. They have done this several times, and have a few happy, adopted dogs in the group. It is a bit of a drive, but not so far that it is impossible for someone with a vehicle. My pup is 5 months old and is not potty trained yet. I have only had him for 4 months, but he is a wonderful puppy.

As I was browsing the web, I came across a thread that someone had started for a travel kennel. There is someone on here that runs a kennel in Colorado and his dogs go for around $40 per day. It is a good option, but I need to decide if I should go with their kennel or if there is an option closer to me.

I am hoping to fly out in the Fall, possibly late September or early October, and I need a date in mind. My puppy will be 6 months old by then, and she is ready to have some fun.

If anyone has any experience with this, I would appreciate your feedback. Thanks!

I've only just had a look at the group, but I thought I would check with the more experienced members about this as the website seems to show this as a group that is primarily for the more experienced dog handlers, not newbies like me.

My first question is what size carrier are they using for this. A bigger one might be more suitable as I have used some larger ones and had a problem with them being too large to go through the airport security check and the airport x-ray machines (they are also much larger than most dogs' carrier).

If there is no problem with a bigger carrier, how long is the pup being carried for in the carrier? (Obviously I don't want a pup getting injured during the flight!)

Also, what kind of kennel are they using? Again, this will be my first carrier and I want to make sure that the one I buy will suit both the pup and me well.

Thanks.

Hi, I would say most airlines will not allow their kennels on a flight so we have to find a way around this and most airlines don't have a problem with kennels that are too big. Most airline will allow a good sized dog to ride in a pet carrier as long as it doesn't take up too much space. But, since you don't want the dog to be too big, I don't think a big dog carrier will work for you. I have traveled with a big dog carrier that took up much more than a normal pet carrier and all the airlines did not allow it and had security people complain about it. We took a small dog carrier (about the size of a purse) that was no problem at all. Hope this helps. I hope you get to be able to travel with your dog.

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