THE STORY

As a CFA registered pure-bred Persian Cat breeder, I am fully aware of the dangers associated with shipping a pet inside cargo. It's especially dangerous for snub nose breeds and I never want any of my fur-babies to be left alone and travel without a human companion in "cargo."

That's why I created SnubStub Pet Travel!

My team and I know just how hard and stressful it is to travel with your pet, and just the thought of putting them in cargo makes you feel sick! What's a pet parent to do? 

 

Send your pets with us! 

We believe pets are people too!

And they always fly inside the main cabin with us!

A DREAM COME TRUE

More about the Founder

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Mariyum Minhas, Cofounder & CEO

A pet lover since birth, Mariyum’s first pet was a spider monkey named Bounty. Since then, she’s owned and loved all kinds of fun, stinky, sweet and out-of-control fur-balls. Whether dog or cat, Mariyum’s a sucker for snub-nosed breeds and that’s why she made them the initial focus of the Snubstub platform.

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Thumbs up happy lady

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thankful-dog - hugging lady

Smarter Maltese

Smarter Maltese

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dogs-in-glasses-with hair

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SnubStub Logo - Blue

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Frenchie with white background

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Terrier with Glasses

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Excelsior

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puppies reading

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Happy-Lady-withcat

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Smart Maltese

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glasses Pom

OUR INSPIRATION

We love ugly dogs and cats! At least some people might think they're ugly because of their squished faces and snub noses, but we think they're adorable. There millions of snub-nosed dogs and cats that need to travel, but cargo travel is especially dangerous for them. One study found that half of all cargo-related pet deaths were brachycephalic or snub-nosed breeds.