Pets In Trucking

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Shannon K.'s Comment
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Can we have pets w us on hauls? I need to know before I start this if my cat can come with me. She's leash trained & has behavior training as well. This is extremely important to me since I've had her for 10yrs now.

Mike S.'s Comment
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It mostly depends on your company policy from what I've heard.

This website has a list of trucking companies that allow pets so check that out.

List of Trucking Companies That Allow Pets

Rob T.'s Comment
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It all depends on the company. Some dont allow any pets, and some do. I highly doubt you'd be able to bring it with though during your training

MRC's Comment
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Most of the companies allow pets!! and you should have no problemgood-luck.gif

Belluavir's Comment
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The only company i can think of that hires rookies and allows pets is Marvin Keller, but i could be mistaken.

MRC's Comment
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Just go to the Company site and it will tell you, yes or no-----most say yes!!

David's Comment
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Most of the companies allow pets!! and you should have no problemgood-luck.gif

Actually a lot don't allow them..

for an accurate answer, call the Company and ask, you will need someone to watch him/her while your training as I doubt they'll let on the truck.

Dave D. (Armyman)'s Comment
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Also some companies allow certain pets but NOT others. Some companies allow dogs, but NOT cats.

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