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The question on when to actually make the voyage to the US is pretty complex and there are so many things to consider. And it really does depend on what you want to do while you’re there. Hi Michael. You are very welcome. Thanks for asking this question as I had to ask my hubby about it. He said Angus was given a bit of water especially that KLM is a dog friendly flight. We did not have stopover on that flight and so we did not have to worry about any transfer. We did not sedate him as well as Angus is a quite dog and was already trained for hours of traveling.

I would also point out that what limited case law there is has to do with challenges to evidence introduced at a criminal trial. So even a well established precedent of the sort that you (and so many) believe exists, it may not play any role in what border officials may demand/request of people.

You’re missing an important website for the St. George and Southern Utah Area! It’s It helps you find local events, activities, and information just for Kids and Families in the area. It also has information on hiking and biking trails that are Kid-Friendly.

We bought this laptop specifically for traveling. I have a MacBook Pro that I am crazy about, but there is no way I would want to lug around my heavy, 17-inch baby. Plus, I simply can’t bear the thought of having it lost, damaged, or stolen, which are all quite likely whilst traveling.

Whilst looking into a solution for Brussels, I discovered that flights into Charles De Gaulle airport (CDG) were not constrained in this way and it would be possible for her to travel with him across the Atlantic in the aircraft cabin with him at her side.

You are close to all these destinations, that is for sure. They are all wonderful, and you hardly have to leave your backyard. lol I have not been hiking at Havasupai, but I believe you can get to some areas by the river, which I have been on. It is beautiful, if i am thinking of the same place. I don’t think I would try the skybridge either! Walking across Glen Canyon Dam is high enough!