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According to AAA statistics, over 43 million people historically travel during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, many of them with their furry adventurers! Click here for tips to make your trip with pets less stressful

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Before you move, notify the company that supplied your pets’ microchips. Let them know you’ll be moving and give them your new contact information. Do the same with your pet insurance provider. Petplan offers coverage in all 50 states and Washington D.C., so no matter where in the U.S. you travel, your best friends will be protected

Most airlines have strict policies when it comes to pets and temperature. American Airlines, for example, will not accept checked pets if the current or forecasted temperature is above 85 degrees F at any location on your itinerary. Call your airline and check the forecast if you’re flying in the near future to avoid getting grounded.

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45% of pet parents polled said they would be willing to spend more than $150 to include pets on their trip – and nearly 13% say they’d pay upwards of $500!

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Did you know? New York's three major airports all have bathrooms for pets, as do LAX, Chicago O'Hare and Washington D.C.'s Dulles International airports.

Pet travel tip: Withhold food 12 hours before travel – an empty stomach will help reduce nausea and the need for frequent potty breaks that are often unwelcome, especially during long stretches of time in the car.