Can I Travel With Two Small Dogs?

Dogs must be in their own carrier and the carrier must fir under the seat in front you – so 2 carriers would need 2 seats.

Most airlines allow small dogs in the cabin as long as they meet size criteria.

Can I fly with 2 small dogs?

The airline also allows you to put two cats or two dogs in the same carrier, provided they are small enough to fit. Here, too, you can you bring two appropriately sized cats or dogs in the same carrier. Passengers cannot sit in an exit row or in a seat with no forward under-seat stowage if they’re traveling with pets.

Can I travel with 2 dogs?

If you’re traveling with two dogs, you’ll want two hands free – one for each. Use a backpack as your carry on, so your personal items are out of the way and you’re free to manage things like tangled leashes and dog carrying. It will block your side, and may make it difficult to carry a dog travel bag at the same time.

Can I fly with two cats?

Southwest Airlines allows customers to bring small pets (cats and dogs only) in the cabin on their domestic flights. Your carrier may contain up to 2 cats or dogs of the same species and will count as the customer’s carry-on bag. It needs to be small enough to fit under the seat in front of yours.

How many pets can you travel with?

You can travel with up to 2 checked pets that meet the minimum age and health requirements of your destination. Please note that as capacity is limited, we accept checked pets on a first-come basis. When checking a pet, you’ll need to: Contact Reservations at least 48 hours prior to travel.