Traveling with Animals
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Regular snowbirds often bring along their household pets. If they drive to their snowbird location, there are resources available online that indicate pet-friendly hotels along the way. Some planning is necessary to ensure that Fido does not have to sleep in the car.
When flying many airlines have restrictions on transporting pets. Air Canada does not allow any pets in cabin. Alaska Airlines allows 6 in-cabin pets per flight. They must be reserved in advance and cost $100. Westjet allows 4 in-cabin pets per flight and charges $50 each. There is also an added $15 charge per traveler if you want an assigned seat such as an aisle seat to get extra legroom. The pet must be stored under the seat in front and there are size limitations.