My aging husky Leánbh has anxiety issues. Ever since we rescued him almost seven years ago, his usually lazy, quiet self has made a noise akin to that of a motorcycle in the throngs of a painful engine death whenever he is either stressed or traveling in a car. In a PCS by car from Florida to South Carolina, we thought his lungs would collapse from the eight hours of travel and two to three hours afterward that it took to calm him down. The mere thought of traveling with him in these conditions (and listening to him!) on an international flight is enough to give me an anxiety attack, too! Many military families, however, do PCS with their pets, to include moving overseas with a pet. The good news is there is an entire industry that now exists to help military families secure their pet’s independent travel to their new duty station.