|Barked: Thu Sep 22, '11 1:54am PST |
|You'd have to pick a stop with a major layover or with an airline change to get them to allow you access to the dog. If you change airlines it can mean having to deal with customs/quarantine offices. Some airports will not allow you to leave certain areas if you have carry-on or checked pets that do not meet the country's import requirements.
The one drawback I see is that it will be Summer in Argentina, so the weather may be too warm. I'd check to see what the average high temps are for the area you are moving to; Dogs can't fly when temps are over 85. You might also want to prepare for the cold weather acclimation certificate/letter; it covers temps between 20 and 45F.
My best piece of advice is to make 2-3 copies of all of your paperwork in addition to your originals and get one of the folders that has several sections so you can collate your copies into packets (rabies certificate, health certificate, international certificate, FAVN, or other required info).
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