Inflight Pet Safety Training Available

Sit 'n Stay Global Inflight Pet Safety Training
Sit 'n Stay Global Inflight Pet Safety Training
Thursday, January 12, 2012 - 6:00pm

If you regularly bring pets aboard your aircraft, you might be interested in an upcoming seminar hosted by Sit 'n Stay Global. The three-hour course, set for January 18 in Long Beach, Calif., will cover how to properly prepare a cabin for a pet passenger, how to secure the pet inflight, evacuation procedures and pet first aid. For more information on the course contact carol@sitnstayglobal.com.  

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