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Cat Travel to Australia from Papua New Guinea

Wednesday, December 17, 2014 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Beverley
Number of Pets: 1
Pet Type: Cat
Pet Breed: Tabbie
From: Papua New Guinea
To: Australia

 

Dear PetRelocation,

Please advise what is required before my cat can travel from Papua New Guinea to Australia.

Thanks,

Beverley

 

Hi Beverley,

Thanks for your inquiry! Australia is a rabies-free country with fairly strict import requirements, however you will be able to bring your cat there by following the stated rules.

Papua New Guinea is a "Category 2" country, so you'll need to use the Australia Department of Agriculture website to determine the timeline of pre-import steps and follow those carefully. Upon arrival, your cat will need to undergo a 10-day quarantine, which you can also find out more about on the official site. 

Many pet owners understandably feel stressed out by the idea of quarantine and international pet travel in general, but the more you learn about the process, the more comfortable you'll hopefully feel. Please take a look at these common pet travel questions, these cat crate-training tips, and these pet travel experiences straight from pet owners who have gone through the process already.

If you think you'd like some assistance with your move and want to find out more about our door-to-door services, please fill out our consultation form. Thanks for reading, and please let us know if we can be of further assistance!
 

'Paradise 4 Paws' at Denver International Airport

Wednesday, December 17, 2014 by Pet Friendly Airports

Denver International Airport has recently opened a new facility that answers the need of busy travelers looking for a convenient, crate-free pet boarding option -- it's called Paradise 4 Paws and it's located at the airport. In our experience, pets often travel before or after their owners during a big relocation, and a place like this might make life easier when boarding is necessary for globetrotting pets.

This facility allows pet owners to drop their pets off right before they start their trip, and it offers 24-hour access, spacious dog suites and play areas, a dog splash pool and a separate gated area for cat houses and a kitty playground. Pet owners can park at Paradise 4 Paws and take a shuttle to Jeppesen Terminal. 

Paradise 4 Paws also operates facilities at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and near Chicago O'Hare and Midway Airports, and we wouldn't be surprised to see this business expand to other locations. The pet industry is showing no signs of slowing down, and services such as this are, and will continue to be, in high demand. 

Read more about Paradise 4 Paws, and let us know in the comments if you've ever used one of these facilities -- either for boarding while you're traveling or for filling in the time before/after a move (when timing is tricky).

 

paradise 4 paws

Photo via the Paradise 4 Paws Facebook page

Dog Travel to China & the UK

Tuesday, December 16, 2014 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Talia
Number of Pets: 1
Pet Type: Dog
Pet Breed: Chihuahua
From: Los Angeles, CA
To: Guangzhou China, then London, UK

 

Hello,

Can you please provide as much information as possible. I will be moving in two months (I just accepted an offer, thus I could not begin the process until I knew where I would be going). I will only be in China six months, and then will relocate to London.

Any information you give will be greatly appreciated!

Talia

 

Hi Talia,

Thanks for your questions! To start, it will help to look over the pet import requirements for China and the pet import requirements for the UK. Both countries require lots of careful preparation, so you're smart to be starting the planning process right away (congrats on the new job!). 

Many pet owners who go to China end up hiring professional assistance, as the rules can be confusing. Quarantine requirements will depend on your port of entry, and working with an expert tends to make the process much easier. Please contact us if you'd like to find out more about our door-to-door services.

As far as entering the UK from China, you'll have to meet several particular requirements and also undergo a three-month waiting period because China is an "unlisted" country. Find more details here

For reference, here are a few basic pet travel tips as well as two recent client stories featuring a cat move to China and a dog move to London. As you can see, as complicated as pet travel can sound sometimes, with the right planning it's possible to carry out successful moves to countries around the world.

Please let us know if we can be of further assistance, and thanks again for reaching out!

Dog Travel to and from Australia

Monday, December 15, 2014 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Sook
Number of Pets: 2
Pet Type: Dog
Pet Breed: West Highland Terrier
From: Perth
To: Houston

 

Hi PetRelocation,

1. What vaccination is required for pets travelling/relocating to the US?
2. What is the typical quarantine period required for pet relocating from Perth to US?
3. As we are planning to return to Australia at some point, is there any required procedure, vaccination or test that we should prepare for now to ensure relocation back to Australia is smooth and to minimize the quarantine period on the way back?
4. I have two pets, it will be great to have them travel together in the same crate since they are very attached to each other. Is there an option for such arrangement?
 

Thanks,

Sook

 

Hi Sook,

Thank you for your questions, we'd be happy to help. Moving pets to the United States requires less preparation than moving to Australia, so it's definitely a good idea to learn as much as you can right now about each process so that you can be well-prepared.

Please review the pet import requirements for the United States as well as the pet import requirements for Australia. Going to the US you'll need an International Health Certificate and proof of an updated rabies vaccine, but coming back will require stricter vaccine rules as well as a 10-day quarantine upon arrival. The official Australia government site will allow you to plan out a feasible timeline for this process.

Your dogs will need to travel in their own airline-approved travel crates, and we highly recommend choosing a pet-friendly airline and working on crate-training in the weeks before the move. Here is a video guide for choosing the right travel crate along with an overview of crate-training tips that apply to dogs as well as to cats.

If you think you'd like some assistance with your move, please contact us for a consultation.

Hopefully this helps to get you started, Sook. Good luck!

Nervous Owners, Nervous Pets: Addressing Common Pet Travel Concerns

Thursday, December 11, 2014 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Nicole
Number of Pets: 2
Pet Type: Dog/Cat
Pet Breed: Shepherd/Boxer mix and Tortoiseshell Cat
From: Portland, OR
To: Buenos Aires, Argentina

 

Dear PetRelocation,

I am considering moving to Argentina or Brazil next year. I will not move without my pets. However, I have heard horror stories of the percentage of dogs that die on airplanes. Can you tell me a bit about your safety measures? Will someone travel with my dog in the cargo area? How are the dogs walked/allowed to go to the bathroom on long flights?

My shepherd/boxer mix has a long snout, so the short snout breathing issue is not a problem. However, if he feels threatened, he will be aggressive. He gets reactive with big dogs (mostly other shepherds) and will chase cats (cannot be with my cat).

My cat gets very carsick, so I imagine a flight wouldn't be great either. She will bite if she is touched in the wrong spot. Can you please advise me on how this move might work and what conditions my pets would be in during their travel?

Thanks!

Nicole

 

Hi Nicole,

These are all great questions! Sad stories about airline mishaps often surface in the news, but when you look at the numbers, you'll see that air travel for pets is actually very safe. Please read more about airline pet travel myths on our blog and in this Yahoo Travel article in which we offered some advice, and you may also want to take a look at this recent infographic put together by Barkpost. 

Essentially, it's very important to choose a pet-friendly airline and to prepare your pets through crate-training, a vet health consultation and a generally healthy lifestyle. You can read more basic pet travel tips here. Pets are not accompanied in the cargo area, but this part of the plane is pressure and temperature controlled and often provides a better and more calm environment than the cabin would. Pet-friendly airlines take care to load pets last before departure and remove them first upon arrival, and they will be transported in temperature-controlled vehicles.

As for pets with possible nervousness issues or behavior quirks, please know that safe travel is perfectly possible for them, as well. When working with a pet-friendly airline, trained professionals will be handling pets during comfort stops and pets will not be interacting with other animals during this time. If your pets flew with United and were routed through Houston, for example, they would be given water and a bathroom break at a safe facility under the care of individuals prepared to handle animals of all temperament.

We often advise our clients to label the travel crates if they'd like airline or airport staff to be aware of any issues; "I'm sometimes aggressive with other dogs" or "I have anxiety around strangers" are common examples. Either way, these issues shouldn't prevent your pets from flying.

Hopefully this information helps to get you started, Nicole. If you're interested in hiring some assistance, one of our PetRelocation Specialists would be happy to discuss your options and concerns with you further. Please fill out our online consultation form at your convenience or feel free to give our office a call at 1-877-PET-MOVE. 

Good luck with everything, and we hope to hear from you!

Managing Pet Travel to New Zealand

Tuesday, December 9, 2014 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Karina
Number of Pets: 3
Pet Type: 2 Dogs, 1 Cat
Pet Breed: Labrador, Rhodesian Ridgeback, Siamese
From: United States
To: New Zealand

 

Hi,

I am looking at relocating back to New Zealand and want to bring my pets with me. How long does it take before I can bring them over? I was reading that you have to do some things 210 days before you are planning to bring them over, is this correct? If it is, is there any way to speed it up at all? I was not planning on being in the states for that much longer.

Thank you for your help.

Regards,

Karina

 

Hi Karina,

Great question. Because it is a rabies-free island nation, New Zealand does operate with strict pet import rules. If you've yet to do so, please take a look at the New Zealand government website for official details about bringing cats and dogs into the country.

One reason this is a long process: your pets need to be microchipped before the vaccines can begin (typically six months before departure). A rabies titer test is also required, and this must be done at least three months before departure. The import permit must be applied for at least six weeks before departure.

This all means that, unfortunately for pet owners in a hurry, most of this process simply can't be rushed.

Because it's a complex process and correct timing is very important, many people end up hiring assistance to help with a pet move to New Zealand. If you're interested in finding out about our door-to-door services, please fill out our consultation form. We've helped many pets move to New Zealand safely (including Wednesday the cat), and we've even arranged moves where the owner moved before the pet (for work or personal reasons) while we took care of the boarding and remaining preparations at home.

New Zealand pet moves can have a wide variety of solutions, and we're happy to help you find the right one for you and your pets. Please let us know if we can be of further assistance, and good luck!
 

Not Your Average Pet Travel Question: International Hamster Travel

Monday, December 8, 2014 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Janice
Number of Pets: 1
Pet Type: Hamster
Pet Breed: Syrian
From: Israel
To: UK

Hi PetRelocation,

Do I need any special paperwork to transport a little hamster from Israel to the UK? I am traveling on Wednesday and today is Monday. At the very last minute I would like to give my sister's hamster a new home, as she is struggling to take care of him properly and I would love to take him back to the UK with me.

I know that from the EU no special quarantine is required but what about Israel? Also would there be a large cost? Would the hamster be able to travel in the cabin with me in a small carry box? I am flying with EasyJet. Would it be very pricey? Would it be very stressful for him?

Many thanks,

Janice
 

Hi Janice,

Thanks for contacting us! You'll want to check with UK's official government website to find out about pet import rules. Per this site, it appears that hamsters coming from Israel must must undergo a four month quarantine under the Rabies (Dogs, Cats and other Mammals) Order 1974 and also need an import license. Read more about the process here

If moving forward, you would also want to check with the airline directly to find out about their rules regarding the transport of small animals (every airline is different), and you should check with the Israel Department of Agriculture to find out about export permits, procedures, etc.

As you can see, it sounds like moving a hamster to the UK wouldn't be an easy task (especially in such a short time frame). You're welcome to contact us for more info or use IPATA.org to seek out an alternate opinion, however. 

Thanks again for the question, and good luck with everything!

Pet News Links: Pet Travel Myths and Controversies

Friday, December 5, 2014 by Caitlin Moore

The numbers don't lie: Airlines are pretty good at transporting pets

The best dog books of 2014.

This is how cats show affection to people.

#MindTheChat: Catch up with the fun pet travel Twitter chat we had this week with BBC America!

The controversies surrounding emotional support animals.

Finding Rover is an app that uses facial recognition to help bring lost dogs home.

 

Bela

Have a relaxing weekend!

 

 

Questions about Australia Dog Quarantine

Thursday, December 4, 2014 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Julie
Number of Pets: 1
Pet Type: Dog
Pet Breed: Shar Pei
From: Colorado, United States
To: Australia

 

Hi PetRelocation,

I'm curious about the entire relocation process. Will my dog have to be in quarantine? For how long? Is he amongst general population? Do they cater to special needs dogs? He is so submissive and susceptible to being bullied and bit bitten by other dogs regardless of size, breed, etc.

Thanks,

Julie

 

Hi Julie,

Great questions! We'd be happy to tell you more about this move process. First, take a look at the Australia pet import requirements if you've yet to do so. You can also find all official information about Australia quarantine procedures and fees here.

Your dog will stay at either Spotswood Quarantine Facility in Melbourne or Eastern Creek Quarantine Facility in Sydney. Standard quarantine lasts 10 days and visitation by the owner is not permitted. The quarantine used to be 30 days, and when it was shortened earlier this year the visitation policy was changed, as well.

Pets have their own pens while in quarantine (so won't be interacting with other animals) and will be fed and given exercise while overseen by trained staff. 

We have helped many pets move safely to Australia, and though most people don't love the idea of their dog or cat spending time in a quarantine facility, most find the process to be much easier than they originally thought. If you'd like some specific examples (what pet traveler wouldn't?), here are the stories of three cats who recently moved from California to Sydney and three dogs who traveled from Texas to Australia.

Hopefully you'll find that this necessary part of pet travel to Australia isn't really so scary, but if you still have questions or think you'd like to hire some assistance, please fill out our consultation form.

Good luck with everything, and thanks for reaching out to us!

 

weezie

Weezie is moving to Australia next year! (She'll have to save the bee costume for when she gets out of quarantine.)

 

 

Rabies Requirements for Cat Travel to the United States

Thursday, December 4, 2014 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Belma
Number of Pets: 1
Pet Type: Cat
Pet Breed: Scottish Fold
From: Istanbul, Turkey
To: New York, USA

Dear Sir or Madam,

I’m a resident of the USA and planing to travel to the USA on the 14th of December with a 3-month-old kitten. The issue is that my kitten will have the rabies vaccination this week. (I could not do it earlier because it was so little). I just wonder if there will be any problem regarding the date of rabies vaccination. I read that the rabies vaccination has to be done 30 days before my departure, so I would like to ask your suggestion regarding that.

Thanks,

Belma

 

Hi Belma,

The United States does not require that cats be vaccinated against rabies before they enter the country (read more here). However, you'll want to double check with the airline you're using as well as with Turkish Customs to find out if they have additional requirements. (Often it's best to contact the governmental source directly to receive an answer.) 

Please take a look at our blog for more information about international cat travel, and feel free to fill out our consultation form if you'd like further assistance.

Thanks for your question, and good luck!
 

Incredible Experiences: Two Cats from the US to the UK

Wednesday, December 3, 2014 by PetRelocation.com Customer

Name: Jason
Pets' Names: Simon and Margaret
From: Philadelphia, PA
To: Manchester, UK

PetRelocation did a fantastic job helping me move my two cats to the UK!

They worked with me to find the most cost effective move, and they were incredibly flexible with constantly shifting travel dates. They were so helpful with all the paperwork to the point where it was nearly effortless on my part.

My cats were provided top-notch care on the day of travel and they arrived safe and sound. Simon and Margaret are so happy to be with me again and are enjoying their new home in Britain.

Thank you so much!
 



Pet News Links: Pre-Thanksgiving Travel Updates

Friday, November 21, 2014 by Caitlin Moore

Thanksgiving travel tips and advice.

An orphaned cougar kitten becomes JetBlue's cutest passenger ever.

Today in cat cafe news: New York is getting one and D.C. wants one.

November is Adopt a Senior Pet Month.

10 tips for bringing a runaway dog home safely.

This smart harness could help dogs with hip dysplasia.

General travel news: the 10 busiest airports this holiday season.

Incredible Experiences: Big Kahuna's move to Hawaii!

 

biff

Have a happy weekend!

Cat Travel to Indonesia

Thursday, November 20, 2014 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Dawn
Number of Pets: 1
Pet Type: Cat
From: Greece, Santorini
To: Jakarta, Indonesia

 

Hi PetRelocation,

I need to confirm information about moving our cat from Greece to Indonesia. We will be relocating in the next two months.

Thanks!

Dawn

 

Hi Dawn,

Thank you for your question! To begin, please take a look at the pet import requirements for Indonesia (these are geared towards pets coming from the United States but will give you an idea of what to expect). Primarily you'll need a vet health certificate, up-to-date rabies vaccine and a rabies titer test. We recommend checking with the Indonesia Ministry of Agriculture to find out about the most current requirements that apply to you.

For your reference, here are a few frequently asked pet travel questions as well as a few tips for crate-training your cat (just in case your feline friend needs some help learning to love the travel crate).

Please contact us if you're interested in our door-to-door services, or check out IPATA.org if you'd like to hire an agent on your own.

Good luck, and please let us know if we can be of further assistance!

Cat Travel to the UK from an Unlisted Country

Wednesday, November 19, 2014 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Evren
Number of Pets: 1
Pet Type: Cat
Pet Breed: Long-haired House Cat
From: Turkey / Istanbul
To: UK / London

Hi,

I have read many things but the pet travel process is still confusing. Hope you can help me.

I will be moving to London to live long term. My cat is 7 years old. I am not an EU citizen or resident of the UK yet. Am I allowed to bring my cat anyway, and will there be any quarantine for my cat as I am coming from Turkey?

How long will the transport take in total? My cat is about 7 kg; how much will this cost? Also, he is not so friendly to strangers. Is this a problem?

Thank you so much.

Regards,

Evren
 

Hi Evren,

Thanks for contacting us with your question. Moving pets to the UK certainly requires careful preparation, so it's a good idea to research carefully and start the process early.

You'll find all the official information about import requirements on the gov.uk site. Turkey is an "unlisted country" so the rules are a bit different -- your cat will need a microchip, rabies vaccination, blood test, official veterinary certificate and you must use an authorized carrier and an approved route. Three months must pass from the day the blood sample is taken to the day of departure.

Good news: if you meet all of these requirements, your cat will not need to undergo a quarantine.

The length of the trip will depend on a few factors (namely the route and airline you choose). Note that we highly recommend choosing a pet-friendly airline -- we often use Lufthasa, KLM and British Airways. These airlines have pet-oriented policies in place and will have trained staff members used to dealing with all kinds of pets with all kinds of temperaments. To promote as smooth a trip as possible, you can attach a note to your cat's travel crate stating he is wary of strangers in order to give the handlers some warning during a comfort stop.

If you have any questions about this process and think you'd like to hire some help, please fill out our consultation form online. Our costs for moving a small pet internationally generally start at up to $3500 USD, but your expenses will vary based on a few different variables.

Hopefully this helps, Evren. Let us know if we can be of further service, and good luck with your trip!

Make Sure Your Pet Travel Crate is Airline-Approved

Tuesday, November 18, 2014 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Rachel
Number of Pets: 3
Pet Type: Cats
Pet Breed: DSH
 

Hi PetRelocation,

Can you folks recommend a US airline-approved cat carrier? I am flying on United from New Jersey to DC, but they have requirements for the crates that I cannot find here in Israel.

One cat is going to be in the cabin with me and my other two monsters will be in cargo. I see many kinds of carriers and crates online, but their pictures do not show how the two pieces are bolted together. I would appreciate any guidance!

Thank you for your time,

Rachel

 

Hi Rachel,

Thanks for your question! Please take a look at our website for some information about airline-approved cat crates. We typically use Petmate Sky Kennels and recommend them to our clients who need to order their travel carriers online.

Ideally you can have your pet "try on" a crate before buying it to make sure it's the right size, but when that's not possible you can measure carefully to make the right choice. 

Find out more about pet carriers and pet travel through our Petmate portal and our blog, and please feel free to contact us if you have any more questions about your upcoming trip.

Good luck to you and your little monsters!

Bird Travel: How to Transport a Cockatoo

Thursday, November 13, 2014 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Pearl
Number of Pets: One
Pet Type: Bird
Pet Breed: Cockatoo
From: Minneapolis, MN
To: Los Angeles, CA

 

Hi PetRelocation,

Do you transport Cockatoos?

Thanks,

Pearl

 

Hi Pearl,

Yes, we do! We move several birds each year and have helped Cockatoos move safely to places all around the world. In fact, here's a recent picture of one named Andy who is going from Miami to Peru.

For your information, here are a few tips and facts about how to move a bird. It can be a little more complicated than moving a cat or a dog so we recommend starting the process early. Bird relocations within the United States aren't as complex as international moves, but there are definitely a few key details to attend to, including arranging air travel and acquiring a safe and airline-approved travel container for your Cockatoo.

One of our domestic bird specialists would be happy to discuss your options with you if you'd like to find out more about our services. Feel free to call our office at 1-877-PET-MOVE or fill out our online consultation form at your convenience.

Thanks for reaching out, and we hope to hear from you soon!
 

Understanding the New EU Pet Import Rules

Monday, November 10, 2014 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Georgina
Number of Pets: 3
Pet Type: 2 dogs and a cat
Pet Breed: Rottweiler, Border Collie & Staffordshire Terrier, Norwegian Forest Cat
From: Canada
To: England

 

Hi PetRelocation,

What do I need to do to prepare my animals to be relocated with me to England? Could you please send me the current requirements, as I don't want my animals to have to deal with being in quarantine.

Thanks,

Georgina

 

Hi Georgina,

Thanks for reaching out -- there are a few upcoming changes to the UK pet import process so your questions are timely.

First, take a look at the official announcement and information regarding the changes to the EU Pet Travel Scheme. Beginning in December of 2014, the rules for incoming pets will be adjusted. The primary difference involves when the pets can fly in relation to the owners (the owner must travel within five days of the pet), and a few other modifications have been made, as well.

These new rules are being closely examined by affected parties, and various pet travel companies and advocates are working hard to educate themselves and manage these new procedures. Anyone who has experience with pet travel knows that these rules could once again be adjusted, but for now it would be best to plan according to these guidelines and consult the help of experts as you move forward.

If you're interested in finding out more about our door-to-door services, please complete our free quote form. You can also keep following our blog for more updates on this matter -- changes are frequent when it comes to pet travel import rules, and we do our best to keep readers updated.

Good luck and happy traveling!
 

Pet News Round-Up: Pet Owner Quirks & Holiday Travel Tips

Friday, November 7, 2014 by Caitlin Moore

How much does it cost to own a Pit Bull in the city?

This sweet dog is a nanny for kittens.

Weird things all dog owners do.

Gift idea for cats/cat lovers: a felt kitty cave.

Planning to travel with a pet over the holidays? Read this first.

Here's a behind-the-scenes video of the Lufthansa Cargo Animal Lounge in Frankfurt.

Meet Rocco, the tall dog featured as our Pet Move of the Month!

 

andy the cockatoo

Happy Friday!

 

Essential Cargo: Cat Travel to Austria

Wednesday, November 5, 2014 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Marjatta
Number of Pets: 3
Pet Type: Cats
Pet Breed: Mixed
From: California
To: Austria

 

Hi PetRelocation,

I need to move to Austria to take care of my Mum. I am planning on going in June or July next year. I have three cats who I do not want to live without and was referred to this agency, but you seem to only service England, Canada and the US.

This is a permanent move. (Also, if anyone could suggest a good, not terribly expensive overseas moving service as an addendum, any answers will be greatly appreciated.)

Thanks,

Marjatta

 

Hi Marjatta,

Thanks for your question -- we completely understand that life wouldn't be the same without your cats and we'd be happy to help you with some move options.

First, please take a look at the pet import requirements for Austria. If you'd like some help organizing the paperwork, flights, delivery, etc., please fill out our free quote form. It's true that Austria isn't one of the most common destinations for our clients, but we do have experience moving pets there safely. In fact, here's a picture of a beautiful dog named Foo who we relocated to Austria earlier this year.

Take a look at the above requirements for an idea of what to expect, review these frequently asked pet travel questions, and if your cats aren't comfortable in their travel crates, you can start to prepare them with these cat crate-training tips.

Hopefully this helps to get you started. Please let us know if you have any more questions or if you think you'd like to find out more about our door-to-door services. Either way, good luck and thanks again for reaching out!

(Do any readers have suggestions for a general moving service? Please pass them along in the comments!)
 

Cat Travel to the Philippines

Tuesday, November 4, 2014 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Brian
Number of Pets: 1
Pet Type: Cat
Pet Breed: British Blue
From: Dubai
To: Philippines

 

Dear PetRelocation,

What is the procedure in transporting my cat to Philippines?

Thanks,

Brian

 

Hi Brian,

Please take a look at an overview of the pet import requirements for the Philippines. You'll need a Vet Health Certificate and proof of updated rabies vaccine, among other things, so we recommend allowing a few weeks of preparation time.

You can also refer to the USDA website for more about moving your cat to the Philippines (even though you're not coming from the United States, this site often has contact details for official government offices). For general information please take a look at our blog for pet travel advice and crate-training tips.

Finally, if you're interested in hiring some assistance with your move, please contact us to learn more about our door-to-door services.

Thanks for submitting a question to us, and good luck with everything!