During the registration of passengers and baggage, passenger must present for weighing the entire baggage intended for carriage.
Aircraft passenger is entitled to carry his Luggage within the established standard at no extra cost (the normal free baggage allowance).
Norms of free baggage allowance, including items from the passenger, are set by the carrier (airline) depending on aircraft type and may not be less than ten kilograms per passenger.
Passenger is not recommended to put into his registered baggage fragile or perishable items, banknotes, jewelry, precious metals, securities and other valuables, business documents, keys and other similar items.
The weight of one piece of checked baggage must not exceed fifty pounds. Otherwise, it should be executed as cargo through the cargo warehouse. Continue reading
Before you begin the journey with your pet, you need to draw up the documents. Chief among them — veterinary certificate of international standard, which include information about vaccinations and chips. The second important document — veterinary certificate number 1, which you can get for three days prior to the visit to the district state veterinary hospital.
Two of the most dangerous disease that can hit an animal in the journey — rabies disease and Carr. No wonder many countries require vaccination from these diseases. Rabies is particularly common in Mexico, Brazil, Venezuela, Thailand and many African countries.
In some States there is a ban on the importation of certain animals. For example, in Austria and Uruguay cannot be imported birds in Saudi Arabia — chickens, pigeons, and parrots.
When you are traveling by plane, pet has the right to fly in the cabin, if the weight together with carrying does not exceed 5 to 8 kg (depends on the airline). Continue reading
Proper nutrition for a dog of any age is very important for her health and active life. If feeding an adult dog, sometimes, don’t be concerned, nutrition month the baby must meet certain requirements. It is important to remember that complete and balanced ration, most importantly, for the growth and development of a puppy of any breed. What to feed a puppy 1 month?
The basic rules of the daily diet
Food puppies of large breeds should be more intense than for puppies of small breeds.
How many times to feed a puppy? Puppies of all breeds aged 1 to 2 months need to feed every 3 hours. Gradually the number of feedings is reduced, in 3 months the puppy should eat 5-6 times a day, from 6 months of age — 4 times a day, with 7 — 8 months feed the puppy 3 times a day, after a year the dogs offer half feeding.
Each serving of food must contain the volume of products according to the size of the baby.
In accordance with the age of the puppy, the portion increases.
In the diet of toddlers definitely need to include meat, dairy and vegetable dishes. Continue reading