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Hello,
I wanted to ask a question to the students living in Ross University about how they took their pets and the airlines they used. I have a 40 pound husky and if I get into veterinary school I want to know my options on how to take her. Has anyone had experience with this? Especially taking a large breed in the cabin. Since she is a husky I’m worried about her going under the plane and overheating, so that’s not an option. Is there any way or airline that might accept her on top with me? What are your experiences with this problem? Thank you in advance for all your help.
 

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@Lady102 you'll probably have better luck posting in the pre-vet forums
 
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