Traveling with pets for the first time?  Here’s what you need to know.

Traveling with pets for the first time? Here’s what you need to know.

Taking a trip with your kids?  Make sure you bring documentation of their vaccination history and other health information.  You can ask your vet to email you PDF files that you can store on your phone.

More than 23 million American households — nearly 1 in 5 nationwide — adopted a pet during the pandemic. And now many of those Americans will try to take their first vacation with a cat, dog or bird.

Are you ready?

Traveling with pets is one of the most controversial topics I’ve ever covered. From fake emotional support animals to annoying owners, fur always flies when I write about animals and travel.

But it’s a fair question: What happens when you try to take all those pandemic pets on vacation with you? Should you even be worried? And if you do, what should you know?

“Traveling with pets has become more difficult since the pandemic,” said Josh Sneed, CEO of Rainwalk Pet Insurance.

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