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15 holiday pet travel tips

According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, you

According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, you shouldn't give your pet tranquilizers when traveling by air -- it can increase the risk of heart and respiratory problems while flying. Short-nosed dogs and cats are more prone to respiratory problems while traveling. Photo Credit: AP

Traveling with your pet can be tricky, especially during the bustle of the holiday season.

If your dog or cat is old, sick or doesn't handle traveling well, consider leaving them at a pet hotel or with a pet sitter.

If you do choose to bring your pet along on a trip this holiday, consider following these travel safety tips from the American Veterinary Medical Association.

App users, click the link above for 15 holiday pet travel tips.

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