Let’s see how this girl flew her little dog on a plane, then apply it to her “boss” right away, “sen”!
Traveling with pets has long been popular among those who have both a pet and a passion for travel. Sometimes I want to go somewhere far but I can’t find anyone to go with, I look back and forth, luckily there is always a companion who is wrapped in tangerines everyday, that is my pet. Anyway, going alone, it’s a good idea to take this “baby” to make the trip less lonely.
Most people who pass their pets travel by motorbike for convenience, and other types of public transportation of course do not allow pets. However, this friend Do Vy (currently living in Ho Chi Minh City) makes Internet users “with wide eyes” extremely jealous when she can take her pet dog named Annie on the plane to Phu Quoc. In addition to complimenting the dog’s adorable and cheerful look when dressed in a cute flight, most reviewers have posed the same subject: How to get a pet on the plane?
We contacted Do Vy, she said, in order to bring your pet on the plane, you need to prepare some necessary documents such as a quarantine certificate and passport. Before the travel date, you must bring all the documents concerning yourself and your pet to the Department of Animal Health to apply for quarantine, and when you arrive at the tourist site, you must still request a document to show during filming. sure.
About your pet passport, you can go online to find out about some services that specialize in making pet passports, also quite simple.
The quarantine and the passport for the animal are essential to bring the “boss” on the plane!
Vy shared, only Vietnam airline allows passengers to bring pets into the cabin, and each flight can only bring one “baby”, so you need to make a reservation with the airline so that ‘they can reserve a seat. me.
Note that this airline only accepts pets that are 3.5kg or less, but you should request in advance as some dog breeds cannot be carried on the plane.
Remember to give “lotus” a loving smile to afford a more luxurious life than “friends of the same age”.
You will have to pay a fee for the animal you take on the plane. Vy said she paid 1.1 million dong for a plane ticket to bring Annie to her cabin.
When you take pets on the plane, you should watch them with tools such as animal cages, muzzles and “baby” diapers so they don’t run around or make noise on the plane. or do not clean up. Not in the right place.
Everyone laughed at this little dog’s adorable gaze, from the “deep play” looking out the window to a dazzling smile when he was on the plane, as luxurious as anyone. The ears are “decorated” in many colors and with a pretty green shirt that prevents everyone from taking the “baby’s” eyes off.
We know that flights departing from large cities such as Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi and Da Nang are very likely to be accepted for “boss” boarding on the outward and return journey. You must also pay a dedicated cost for your pet.
In addition, when going through customs, you must carry “boss” on your hand with you, do not let the “baby” go through the baggage scanner to avoid some unfortunate cases.
In Phu Quoc, Annie was also recorded at the pool or the beach. The series of photos Annie laughed at during the trip made a lot of people laugh at this super cute level. Surely many of you have started planning to prepare some papers, procedures and nice accessories to get your “boss” on a plane this summer, right?
Let’s see some more “heartbreaking” photos of Annie on the trip to Phu Quoc: