We are constantly being asked if we have any tips for traveling with dogs and I think one of the most important tips I can share is to be prepared. Make sure you know the rules and regulations for the airline you are flying with - documents, carrying case size, etc., because they all vary.
On the day of travel:
My main concerns while traveling with my frenchie is when and where will they be able to have a potty break. I have learned, from some very embarrassing travel moments, that dogs will most likely have to go right when you are about to board the plane and right after you deplane (and I mean RIGHT after). This is why pet carriers are so helpful with preventing accidents while traveling.
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO...
I found this amazing list of all the airports with a designated pet relief area:
Just click on the state and look for the city you will be flying to and from. This list even has the location of the pet relief area, so you can really plan ahead.