Pet News & Resources

There are many things you can know and do to ensure your pet’s move is as stress-free as possible. We’re here to provide the latest pet news and the best resources to help you get ahead of the curve and set up your travel plans today.

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Dog Travel

Spotlight Pet Move: Starlet

Dog’s name: Starlet or Star   When is your dog’s birthday? May   Where did you get her?   We got her from a breeder in Texas.   Where did your pet travel from and to?  Star traveled from Dallas, Texas to Bangkok, Thailand   What was the reason for your move? My husband accepted a resident job in Bangkok.   Describe your dog in five words.  Star is feisty but with a sweet nature.  

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Ground Transportation For Your Dog Across The US

Ground transportation like the one we offer ensures your dog will be safe and comfortable every step of the way. In our van, your dog is in the same cabin as our drivers, keeping them happy and healthy throughout their journey. Ground transportation can be a great alternative to flying for senior dogs. Many veterinarians will advise you against flying a senior pet since the stress and altitude can affect them a bit more than

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Spotlight Pet Move: Frida And Patch Move From Florida To UK

Frida (Dog), and Patch (Cat) are our spotlight pet move. These pets moved from Florida, USA to the UK.   When is your pet’s birthday? Frida (June 2011), and Patch (October 2010)   Where did you get them? Frida: Adopted here in Gainesville from local animal rescue Patch: Also adopted, from animal rescue in New Zealand (where we are originally from)   Where did your pets travel from and to? We moved our dog and

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Featured Pet Move: Lola The Labrador Moves From Arkansas To Germany

Our featured pet move is Lola, she moved from Arkansas to Germany Birthday: December, 2016 We got Lola from a farm family giving Lola and her siblings away in a store parking lot. Lola traveled from Hot Springs, Arkansas to Wiesbaden, Germany. We moved to be with our dad/husband who had been put on military orders. Lola in 5 words: Energetic, smart, funny, strong, mischievous. Lola’s favorite food: Toast soaked in bacon grease 🙂 Cutest

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Dog Shipping

4 Tips For Easier Dog Relocations

4 Tips for easier dog relocations: We often write about planning for moves that include your pets. Most of the information out there has to do with rules and regulations that will allow your pet to travel safely around the world. Which countries have quarantines? What vaccinations are required? Where and when should the veterinarian health certificates be issued? What sized crate to buy for airline approval? etc. But some people are so concerned with

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5 Of The World’s Most Animal Friendly Airports

This post shows 5 of the world’s most animal friendly airports, from dog parks to zoo animal ready holding spaces. These 5 airports make a big effort to be animal friendly. In Europe: Frankfurt Airport in Germany: Lufthansa Animal Cargo Lounge it is a 4,000 square meter facility with stalls, kennels, a quiet room for cats, aviaries, climate controlled chambers and even backlit areas for fish. Though dogs and cats visit most often, they are

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Dog Travel

Pet Travel In Spring

Pet travel in Spring Spring is a great time for your pet to travel. The weather is usually mild which means that hot and cold weather embargos are not in effect. Most airlines will not allow your pet to travel in their cargo hold if the temperature at the departure, layover or destination airports is forecasted to be above 84˚F or under 45˚F so spring is a good time of year to fly with your

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Dog Shipping

First Time Flying With A Pet

  We know that your first time flying with a pet can be stressful and sometimes confusing. Our team of pet relocation experts share some of their advice to help you and your pet get to your destination safe and sound. Plan ahead: Whether it’s your first time flying with a pet or the 30th time, planning ahead can help you avoid most of the stress related to your pet’s relocation. Depending on where you

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Flying With A Service Animal

Traveling with a service animal differs significantly from traveling with a pet, although there are shared rules and regulations. Let’s delve into the specifics of flying with a service animal. Service animals, typically dogs or occasionally miniature horses, play a vital role in assisting their handlers. These animals undergo extensive training to perform a range of tasks, directly related to the individual’s disability. Tasks may include wheelchair assistance, guiding the blind, alerting during a seizure,

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Cat Blogs

Preparing Your Cat To Fly

Preparing your cat to fly doesn’t need to be stressful. With a bit of planning ahead of time, your cat will be safe and comfortable during your move. Our cat travel experts can help you with crates, scheduling flights and even reviewing paper work and vaccinations to make sure your cat has an exceptional moving experience. Microchip your cat Microchipping is not only necessary for travel abroad, it is also a great recovery tool in

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