Thinking of having your furry companion with you on your next big trip to Europe? Below, we compile the rules to know ahead of travelling with your pets
Travelling around the world is back on the agenda now that Covid-19 restrictions have eased. While some of us are ready to pack our bags and take off, there is a certain group of people who feel slightly anxious: pet owners, or paw-rents. The separation anxiety that may fall upon both owner and pet is real.
Sometimes, the creeping urge to bring your pet with you to your travel destination is impossible to ignore. But the good news is, pets can partake in the fun too, along with their humans.
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Before, travelling with pets seemed like a hassle as owners had to scour the Internet to look for pet-friendly airlines. Now, with cohesive and harmonious pet travel guidelines across most airlines and countries, travelling with your pet has never been easier.
The best destination to travel to with your pets? Europe.
Boasting some of the easiest and fastest country-to-country transport, hop from one city to another with your best fur friend.
Take note, travellers from Singapore to Europe may only bring their dog, cat, or ferret with them. Read on for more on what you should know.