Are there certain dog breeds that can’t fly?

Are there breed restrictions for travel?

At Jetpets, we have our own internal risk assessment policy in place to ensure animal welfare is the number one priority in everything we do.  Due to the nature of Brachycephalic breeds, many airlines have restrictions what can and can’t fly and we also have strict internal policies when it comes to flying brachycephalic (snub-nosed/flat-faced) breeds, from extreme weather policies to providing correct-sized, airline-approved travel crates.

Unfortunately, Jetpets are not transporting ‘high risk’ brachycephalic breeds of pets at this point in time which covers all Bulldogs, Pugs and Boston Terriers.  Click Here for a full list of brachycephalic breeds.

It is important to check with your pet travel consultant on which locations and what airlines will allow travel and what regulations they have in place to be considered for travel.