Anyone need to fly their Cockapoo to Latvia?

A quick update for you.

My magnum opus about flying dogs to Europe is almost done. It’s currently with my editor, and hopefully I’ll get it back this weekend. I’ll need a few days for making edits and final formatting, and then it will be ready to publish. I’m pretty excited about that. My first book! It will be nice to have it finished so I can move on to other projects.

If you read last week’s post you’ve already seen the cover, but here it is again, along with the cute little TOC Mark’s working on. The TOC needs a little more attention (initial caps and another dog), but this is fairly close to the final version.

Cover of "How to Fly Your Dog to Europe" e-book

Step by step instructions for flying a pet from the U.S. or Canada to Europe

Regulations for importing pets to individual countries within Europe

How to fly your dog from the U.S. or Canada to individual countries within Europe

Links to airline pet-travel programs and tips for flying your dog to Europe

 

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1 Tom Medsger February 2, 2013 at 11:00 am

Looking good, Renee and Mark! Congratulations! I hope to see you in two weeks, on Saturday, February 16 in Querétaro. Can you confirm, or is it a “maybe”? Or is Sunday the 17th better for you? That’s my “free” (no classes) weekend and I’m keeping either day open for you, or both days. Thanks for any info. –Tom Medsger
(Best to e-mail me at tmedsger@sbcglobal.net, before I leave early next Saturday, Feb. 9.)

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2 Renee February 2, 2013 at 11:11 am

We’re confirmed! We’re confirmed! Mark’s emailing you now.

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