Category Archives: On the Fly

Change is in the AIR

Have you noticed that just about everybody who is anybody has a “PA” these days? The corporate flight attendant works closely with his or her client’s PA to make sure they can provide the support on the road that the … Continue reading

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A Thief in the Night

We talk a lot about K9 cancer here… How to recognize it, how to fight it, how to help with the fight and how to live with it. Some days though, it just gets personal. This is one of those … Continue reading

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From Both Sides NOW

Hey efurrypawdy, Buddy here.  Yup, rub your eyes and blink a few times and then look again.  It’s ME!  I’ve been pretty lucky since crossing over, I have a very liberal “hall pass” system and get to come back and … Continue reading

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Christmas Presence

Hey efurrypawdy, Maxx here.  I’m still working on finding my voice, but I have noticed something this Holiday season that I gotta share.  Now let me remind  you, I’m a dog.  Ok, take a moment and recover, it’s true.  Here’s … Continue reading

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Importance of the Third Crewmember

Surprisingly we are still having discussions about the importance of a third crewmember on large cabin aircraft. Perhaps we have been discussing points that are simply too obvious and need to consider some of the benefits of a third crewmember … Continue reading

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When Dogs Fly…Part 2: Four Steps Before You Fly

Ok, last time we didn’t even get near an airplane.  There is plenty of prep you can do to make travel easier for your pet before you ever get to the aircraft.  After some fun work with lots of rewards, … Continue reading

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When Dogs Fly… Part 1

Almost every day the phone rings here at Sit ‘n Stay Global and somebody asks a question starting with “what if?” or “why do?” and we try to describe flying from a pet’s point of view.  We try to bridge … Continue reading

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