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Pet Travel Question: Singapore Dog Travel

Tuesday, May 7, 2013 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Dora
Number of Pets: 1
Pet Type: Dog
Pet Breed: Pug
From: Sydney
To: Singapore

Hi There,

My husband, my kids and I are relocating to Singapore in the next couple of months and we are taking our beloved pug with us. I wanted to know what the procedure and the costs involved are. Do pets need to be in quarantine once in Singapore? If so, for how long?

Many thanks,

Dora

 

Hi Dora,

Thanks for the question -- we certainly understand that you'd like some advice for such a long-distance move. Here are the pet import requirements for Singapore for your reference. Singapore does impose specific rabies vaccine regulations and a quarantine (often 10 days long), so you'll want to tend to those arrangements well in advance of your departure to make sure you can find space somewhere.

Take a look at our blog for more pet stories about moving to Singapore -- we've helped many dogs and cats go there, and we'd be happy to offer you some information or a quote for our services. Good luck, and we look forward to hearing from you.

Pet Travel Question: Pet Shipping to Singapore

Tuesday, April 30, 2013 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Leah
Number of Pets: 1
Pet Type: Dog
Pet Breed: Border Collie Mix
From: Denver, USA
To: Singapore

How can I transport my dog from the US to Singapore in July?

Thanks,

Leah

 

Hi Leah,


The steps for moving your dog to Singapore from the United States are outlined here. You'll need to have your dog microchipped if not already, update the required vaccines (paying close attention to the rabies vaccine procedure in particular), and secure a vet health certificate within 10 days of departure. Since Singapore imposes a quarantine, you'll also need to make those arrangements well in advance.

International pet travel can be confusing, so be sure to allow plenty of time to plan and don't hesitate to seek assistance. Many people decide to enlist professional help when moving a pet, and we'd be happy to tell you more about our door-to-door services if you're interested. Here is a link to our free quote form if you'd like a cost estimate.

Contact us if you have more questions, check out our Facebook page to meet some of the pets we've moved, and good luck with everything!

Pet Move Customer Story: Gyro's Relocation to Singapore

Wednesday, March 13, 2013 by PetRelocation.com Customer

Name: Sharon
Pet's Name: Gyro
From: NYC
To: Singapore

We moved our cat Gyro from New York City to Singapore. It was a pretty complicated process, but Lenneke was incredible about guiding us through each step.

She was extremely responsive, informative, and endlessly patient. We were traveling around the time that Gyro was being transported, and Lenneke arranged for boarding for a few days with Cristina. Cristina took incredible care of Gyro, got him to the airport on time, and sent us pictures of Gyro along his journey.

When we were reunited in Asia, Gyro was happy and healthy. They did an amazing job! Here is a picture of Gyro enjoying his new home.

 

 





 

Pet Travel Question: "Can we relocate our dog to Singapore after we move there?"

Monday, March 11, 2013 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: McCarthy
Number of Pets: 1
Pet Type: Dog
Pet Breed: Mixed
From: Hong Kong
To: Singapore

 

Hi There,

We are relocating in May, and for various reasons, we prefer that our dog relocate two to three months after we arrive in Singapore. Is it possible for him to join us later?

Best regards,
McCarthy

 

Greetings,

Yes, this is possible. We often move pets after a family has already moved, and in fact we often recommend it. If your pet can stay with a friend or at a trusted boarding facility for a few days or weeks, you'll have time to deal with your own move and settle in to your new place without worrying about more than you need to. Welcoming your pet into a home that's been unpacked when you're feeling more relaxed will make the move transition much smoother.

Here are the import requirements for Singapore in case you'd like to take a look. We recommend starting the process early, and if you're interested in our door-to-door services, you can fill out our free quote form. Hope this helps! Good luck with everything, and we hope to hear from you soon.

 

Pet News Links: Pet-Friendly Trends Around The World

Friday, March 1, 2013 by Caitlin Moore

 

Happy Friday, pet lovers! Have a wonderful day and a great weekend (and check out the top pet news of the month).

Pampered pets in Singapore.

Austin does it well. Nashville, not so much. How cities can improve kill-rates and help stray animals find homes.

Something just plain cool: the future of airport architecture.

Pet-friendly workplaces (one of our favorite topics).

Top 10: Pet Travel Gear.

A Chicago hospital allows visiting hours for pets.

A news update for pets moving to Perth.

Like infographics? Here are Pet travel trends illustrated by HomeAway.

 

Pet Travel Question: Moving Cats to the United States

Wednesday, February 27, 2013 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Stacie
Number of Pets: 1
Pet Type: Cat
Pet Breed: Domestic Cat
From: Singapore
To: USA

Hi,

Can you tell me what vaccinations/check ups are required prior to relocation from Singapore to the US and in what time frame? Is quarantine required once back in the US if all necessary vaccinations and checks are done prior to relocation?

Thanks,
Stacie
 

Hello Stacie,

Thanks for getting in touch with us! Please start by taking a look at the pet import requirements for the United States. The procedures are actually pretty straightforward, and your primary concern will be to obtain a rabies vaccine at least 30 days before departure as well as an international health certificate. There is no quarantine for pets entering into the United States.

Please contact us if you have any more questions, and good luck!

Pet Move Customer Story: Buddy's Move to Singapore

Friday, February 15, 2013 by PetRelocation.com Customer

 

Name: Jay
Company: G.A.S. Global
Pet's Name: Buddy
From: Texas
To: Singapore

We decided to go with PetRelocation because we wanted the job to go smoothly and done right.

The entire staff was fantastic there. Amber Holub was a huge help specifically. We rescued our dog Buddy from a dumpster when he was five weeks old, and needless to say we are very attached to him. Amber assured us Buddy would be fine during the move. Sending  him off at the beginning of the trip was a very hard thing to do for us, but Amber and her team kept us up to date with his every move, including pictures!

The best part of the move was seeing pictures of him after he had arrived in Singapore and finally getting to see him for the first time in quarantine.

Since the move, he has adapted very nicely and loves it here. We live right on the river so he loves his daily walks and trips around town and to the dog parks.

Thank you so much for all your help in making it feel like home here. We are very grateful to have Buddy here with us!

-Jay



Pet Travel to Singapore Customer Story: "Singapore Kitty"

Tuesday, January 29, 2013 by PetRelocation.com Customer

Name: Robbie
Pet's Name: Purrla
From: Clearwater, FL
To: Singapore
 

A year ago we found out that we might be moving to Singapore. I had been offered an opportunity with a teaching hospital, and although I was not seeking an overseas position at the time, it really looked like this was going to work out and be a great new adventure.

During the next few months a lot of decisions had to be made. Do we try to sell the house, what do we take and do we want to store some things? And the biggest question was: what do we do with Purrla?

Purrla is our orange and white female cat that our daughter got through a feral cat society in Tennessee five years ago. She was just a kitten then, and she of course immediately took our hearts. Our daughter got her and less than three months later found out that she was going to have to be traveling extensively with her job, so Purrla was offered to Mom and Dad. We knew that we would love to have her and off we went on a plane back to Florida with Purrla in a carry-on kitty carrier.

That was an awful experience. She did not like the carrier, tried to get out constantly, and was miserable the whole trip. And so our saga began. This kitty definitely was not a traveler. Just a trip in the car was traumatic, and when going to the vet she cried and she was definitely not going into a carrier. Needless to say when we considered taking her with us to Singapore it was a decision fraught with problems.

So I began doing research last summer and found the PetRelocation folks online. I know that they thought I was crazy, I had so many questions and worries. We already knew that she did not like to travel, and it turns out that coming to Singapore to live is a very complicated process. There is a ton of paperwork on the US and Singapore side along with a quarantine period that is a variable depending on when the pet had their last rabies injection.

Well, to complicate matters we did sell the house and were in temporary housing in the US for a period, and eventually got our travel date for January 9, 2013. Purrla was with us through all this, and showed that she was a trooper. We got the carrier early and followed the crate-training suggestions made by the PetRelocation staff. She learned to love her little hiding place. We would keep it open and near us when we were watching TV or reading and she would often go have a lie down on her favorite blanket.

As our travel date approached, Lenneke of PetRelocation worked with our local veterinarian to make sure that all the paperwork was complete and that Purrla was safe and ready for her big journey.

On January 12, 2013, Purrla flew from Florida to Frankfurt, Germany. She had a rest break there for several hours and on January 14 landed in Singapore. She went to The Ricted Quarantine Facility here in Singapore where she stayed for 10 days in her own little "hotel" room. We were able to visit her and she looked great and was eating well.

On January 24 she was delivered by Linus to our new apartment here in Singapore. She is healthy, adapting well to her new surroundings, and is very grateful to be home.

I want to thank the staff of PetRelocation, especially Lenneke Nieuwland and Lee Maaz for all of their help and encouragement and for assisting Purrla to her new home in Singapore.




Pet Travel Question: Moving Older Dogs

Wednesday, December 19, 2012 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Summer
Number of Pets: 1
Pet Type: Dog
Pet Breed: Poodle
From: Singapore
To: United States

My poodle is 16 years old. She is pretty healthy except she has asthma from time to time. Given her old age, is it okay to move to the U.S, where the climate is very different from her home country?

Thanks,

Summer

 

Hi Summer,

This is a great question. First, before planning a pet move we do recommend having an honest discussion with your vet, as he or she will be the best person to advise you about your dog's options. If you decide to go forward, you'll want to be sure to choose a pet-friendly airline and a travel crate that's nice and large so that it allows good air flow.

Know that we've moved many older dogs safely, and in fact here's a discussion from our blog about how to move older dogs. For your information, here are the pet travel requirements for the United States, as well.

Please review this information and then let us know if you have any more questions. Good luck!
 

Pet Travel Question: International Pet Shipping Decisions

Wednesday, November 7, 2012 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Noelle
Number of Pets: 1
Pet Type: Dog
Pet Breed: Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
From: Singapore
To: Alabama

Hello,

We are moving from Singapore to Alabama next year. We are Irish and will possibly return to Ireland for two months before moving to Alabama. Obviously we want to take our pet with us, so we're just wondering if we should send her from Singapore directly or bring her home to Ireland and then on to Alabama. Does it make a difference regarding quarantine?

Thanks,

Noelle

 

Hi Noelle,

Thanks for contacting us with your question. First, take a look at the pet import requirements for the United States and for Ireland. Though there is no actual quarantine you'll need to fulfill, more traveling means more time, money, and stress for you and your dog, so it will require some serious thought on your part as well as a talk with your vet to decide what will work best for you. The decision will also depend on how comfortable your dog is with traveling. Some pets would do just fine with your proposed scenario, while others would be better off spending minimal time in the air.

Please contact us if you would like to discuss this further with a pet relocation specialist, and good luck with the trip!

Pet Move Customer Story: Ziggy & Sweetness Move to Singapore

Wednesday, September 12, 2012 by PetRelocation.com Customer

Name: David
Pets' Names: Ziggy & Sweetness
From: Plano, TX
To: Singapore
 

I can't emphasize enough how pleased we were with the service of PetRelocation.com. We were constantly kept aware of our pets' well being and their attention to friendly service will be remembered. I highly recommend them for anyone who needs to move their dog or cat to another country.

 

When Timing is Tricky: A Look at Boarding Facilities for Cats

Thursday, August 30, 2012 by Caitlin Moore

 

Juggling the logistics of a relocation isn't an easy task, and often it's tough to time everything exactly right. Many of our customers find that they need to move before their pets can go (often due to import requirements that necessitate delays) -- a scenario that initially causes some stress.

Luckily, a little research reveals that many good options exist for pet owners who need to leave their furry family members behind for a few days. Need photographic evidence? Check out the pics below of comfortable catteries some of our customers have used.

 

Newage Pet Tour in Shanghai:

 

 

 

 

Holly, Widdy and Uffie are staying at The Cats' Inn in San Francisco until they can join their owners in Singapore:

 

 

 

 

As you can see, having to board a pet for a few days doesn't amount to sentencing them to solitary confinement. Natural light, comfortable surroundings, and social time make a few days away from home -- wherever that home may be -- just another safe part of the moving process.

Please contact us if you have any questions about moving your pets, and check out our Facebook page to meet other pet owners who may be able to offer their own advice and tips.

Don't Rush It: Why It's Important to Allow at Least 30 Days to Plan a Pet Move

Wednesday, August 22, 2012 by Caitlin Moore

 

When it comes to planning important (and complicated) things like relocations, it can feel like time is speeding by. Before you know it it's moving day and you're trying to make sure that everything is taken care of, and at this point all you can do is hope you didn't forget anything too important.

If you're moving a pet with you and haven't taken the time to investigate all the import rules and regulations that may apply, it's all too easy to discover that you've overlooked something that could cause your pet's departure to be delayed.

Some of the stress can be avoided by starting the move process early, but why exactly do you need at least a month to put together a pet move (and at least six months for some international pet moves)? Read on to find out.

 

Veterinary Requirements – Many countries require vaccinations to be at least a month old at the time of departure, and often the microchip (another requirement) must be implanted before the vaccines are administered. One mistake or omission related to these could delay a pet’s trip by weeks or even months.

Import Permits – It often takes at least 30 days to secure import permits for international moves. Australia, for example, takes three to six weeks to issue an import permit. Note also that import permits must be obtained before other arrangements can be made, so the whole chain of events depends on this important factor. Some countries also require notification of a pet’s arrival (Japan needs 40 days notice), so that’s one more thing to plan for.

Government Endorsements – Many moves require both a USDA endorsement of health documents as well as endorsements from the destination government. For instance Saudi Arabia needs both USDA and Consulate endorsements, and each of these can take about a week to secure.

Titer Tests – For rabies-free countries that require a titer test in addition to the regular rabies vaccine (these countries include Australia, New Zealand, Japan, and Singapore), an additional three to four weeks should be allowed for in the planning process.

Quarantine Reservations – During busy months, such as summer travel season and during the holidays, many quarantine stations are fully booked. Waiting lists in places like Singapore, Australia, and New Zealand can be months long, so it’s important to reserve a spot well in advance of the move date. In general, moving to any destination with a quarantine (Hawaii is also included in this category) will demand extra time, so pets going to these places can’t wait until the last minute.

Crate Training – If a pet isn’t already crate-trained, owners will need to work on doing so as soon as they know they’re moving. Depending on the pet, this process can take weeks or months to accomplish.

 

Still not convinced that you’ll need a month’s head start? Here are some pitfalls that pet owners should watch out for if they’ve waited until the last minute:

Incomplete or Inaccurate Vet Records - We’ve seen it many times -- pet owners who have gone to the vet regularly over the years think they’re in good shape, but in terms of the strict standards of international travel, often this isn’t the case. Again, vaccines must often be done in a certain order beginning at least 30 days in advance, and some countries, including Japan, require they be done six months ahead of time.

Agent Availability – Waiting until the last minute means our preferred agents might already booked with other jobs, so travel dates may have to be altered to fit their schedules or second-choice agents will need to be found.

Flight Complications – Pet travel by air entails more than just buying a ticket when you need it. You have to choose a pet-safe flight on a plane with cargo doors large enough to accommodate a travel kennel (some planes are just too small), and then you have to request the booking. After that, the airline must verify that everything is in order and make contact with a destination agent, and all of this can take several days to finalize.

Time Differences - With international moves, dealing with time differences makes communicating with agents and officials more challenging, thus taking care of import permits, reserving quarantine space, and making other arrangements all becomes a little trickier.

The Stress Factor – Rushing to put together a pet move is no fun for anyone involved. Relocating is stressful enough without feeling like it’s a race against the clock, so put yourself ahead of the game by allowing plenty of time to plan your move.  

 

Please contact PetRelocation.com if you have any questions about how to move your pet, and happy well-planned traveling, everyone!

Pet Move Customer Story: Fenway's Move to Singapore

Wednesday, August 1, 2012 by PetRelocation.com Customer

Name: Cynthia
Pet's Name: Fenway
From: Atlanta, GA
To: Singapore
 

Before we even agreed to move to Singapore, we quickly researched pet moving companies to understand the separation time and process/costs. Petrelocation.com was not only cost competitive, but they quickly walked us through the process and answered all of our questions before some other companies even called us back!

From start to finish your company was FANTASTIC. Rebecca, our agent, was incredible - patient, knowledgeable and very responsive. She made the process as easy as it could have been and our dog, Fenway, is doing really well.

 

Pet Move Customer Story: Chelsea's Move to Singapore

Tuesday, July 3, 2012 by PetRelocation.com Customer

Name: Mary
Pet's Name: Chelsea
From: Minneapolis
To: Singapore
 

Making the decision to take our dog with us to Singapore wasn't easy. Knowing that it would be quite an adjustment for both her and us. Figuring out how to get her here was also a challenge. We searched online for pet movers and stumbled upon PetRelocation.com. I was impressed with the site, the services and the customer feedback.

I had a lot on my plate - my husband was already in Singapore, I had to sell the house, store my stuff, move myself AND figure out how to move my dog. I can honestly say that there is no other way to do this and have the confidence and peace of mind that your precious pooch will be taken care of and arrive safely. Not only did they make sure she was comfortable and safe, they also took care of all of the details regarding her vet visits necessary prior to the trip, all of the paperwork necessary to secure a space in quarantine....in addition to picking her up AND bringing her to her new home in Singapore. Sarah and Bethany communicated with me on a regular basis, answered all of my questions and assured me that Chelsea would be okay. They even sent pictures of her at her airport layovers!

Chelsea is getting adjusted to the new sites and smells...not to mention the heat and humidity in Singapore! She is making new friends at doggy day care once a week.

PetRelocation was a lifesaver. They truly care about the well-being of your pet and understand your fears as a concerned dog parent!



Pet Move Customer Testimonial: Chewie's Move to Singapore

Thursday, March 15, 2012 by PetRelocation.com Customer

Name: Alicia
Pet's Name: Chewie
From: Los Angeles, CA
To: Singapore
 

My fiance was considering taking a job in Singapore with this company as a chance to give us world experience and the opportunity to travel. I told him I would go, if my dog Chewie could go as well.

Chewie is an eight pound Pomeranian Maltese and basically my child. PetRelocation.com was suggested to us by my fiance's company, and Matt & Abbey were extremely knowledgeable in local laws and policies, proactive to make sure everything stayed on time, and were quick to respond when we lost all the important documents the day we were supposed to depart.

My dog Chewie did wonderfully and is adjusting well to her new home on the other side of the world thanks to a lot of hard work by Abbey in particular.



Pet Move Customer Testimonial: Returning Customers & The Story of Max and Jet

Wednesday, March 14, 2012 by PetRelocation.com Customer

Name: Peggy and Dennis
Pets' Names: Max and Jet
From: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
To: Houston, Texas USA
 

 

I think I wrote more of a novel than a story but here goes...

In 2005 we moved from London to Houston. I didn't know about companies like PetRelocation.com and I moved our cat Butch back by myself. I had managed to get him from Norway to London in 2000 (although it wasn't easy), so I figured I could get him to Houston. What a mistake. I won't go into details, but he managed to sit in a warehouse in Houston for two hours while they tried to find him. Yeesh.

In 2008 we were living in Houston, Texas, USA when my husband accepted a position in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia! WHAT??? At the time we had two cats: Butch and Max. 2008 wasn't our best year; my 90-year-old father wasn't well, we had the news of the Malaysia move, my father died, Butch was diagnosed with a brain tumor then had to have brain surgery, and then Hurricane Ike decided to show up the weekend before our move, so we packed up a bunch of wet stuff with no electricity.

The only thing that went right that year was Butch & Max's move thanks to Rachel with PetRelocation.com. At one point we weren't sure if we were moving one cat or two, but Rachel was kind and supportive, and when Butch recovered they were both safely sent to Kuala Lumpur. I'm not sure how we found PetRelocation.com, probably Google, but I am grateful everyday that we crossed paths because everything went off like clockwork.

Sadly, two years later Butch's brain tumor returned and was inoperable and he died while we were in Kuala Lumpur. For weeks Max was beside herself, so we decided to find her a friend. Enter Jet, a stray our Malaysian vet found who found her way to us.

Flash forward to 2012 and it's time to return to the USA. There was no question about us using PetRelocation.com again to get Max and Jet back, so I got in touch with Rachel, who I learned had not only survived my insanity during our first move but become the Director of Operations (we're so proud), so she put me in contact with Jon, who got the process started.

By the time Ashley started facilitating our move, things were once again crazy with our KL landlord changing move out dates on us right and left, I couldn't find the right cat kennels in KL for the plane, and I almost missed the rabies vaccination cut off date. But thank goodness Thierry (with Ricted Kennels) noticed their vaccinations had expired when he was delivering the right cat kennels (he drove to KL from Singapore with them) and I got them vaccinated just under the wire!

Luckily everytime something happened I'd get a hold of Ashley and she just went with it. She never said NO. NEVER. No matter how crazy I was with worry or just general insanity. She always had a calming, friendly attitude which kept me from going off the deep end. I honestly feel that everyone involved with the move treated Max and Jet (and Butch in the previous move) as if they were their own pets. So, we owe huge thanks to Rachel, Jon, Ashley, Thierry (Singapore), Dr. Sockalingam (Kuala Lumpur), Rome with Pets On The Go (Houston), Chestnut Animal Hospital (Bellaire) who took delivery of them and kenneled them until we could pick them up and whoever else was involved -- we all survived.

After reading this can you imagine what it is like to deal with me? Gold Stars all around to PetRelocation.com and all who work with them!

Photos: Max and Butch in our local Bellaire magazine. Jet and Max their last night in KL. Our first night together as a family in Houston. Jet and Max checking out their new Texas surroundings.






Pet Move Customer Testimonial: Josh's Move to Singapore!

Wednesday, February 1, 2012 by PetRelocation.com Customer

Name: Amanda
Pet's Name: Josh
From: Japan
To: Singapore


We chose PetRelocation.com because of their home-to-home delivery service. It was our first time moving Josh and we were very paranoid about this. We read many stories online about how dogs died on the plane so we wanted to ensure that everything would go smoothly.

Our Pet Relocation Specialist, Sarah,  was a great specialist to us. She was empathetic and patient to our inquiries, and she made herself available to us at all times. Even though we were in Japan, she gave us details to ensure that Josh's export documents were in order.

On the day that Josh was supposed to move there were sudden changes, and I had to call Sarah at night. But everything went in order. It was never chaotic. We were never worried.

When Josh arrived in Singapore, he was so energetic and so curious about the whole new environment even after the exhausting flight. At the end of the whole procedure, we realized we worried too much when actually everything went perfectly well.

So to other pet owners out there, if you ever wondered like I did if this is a made-up blog, I can absolutely tell you, no, it is not. PetRelocation.com is a great pet transport service provider. Keep it up!




Relocating Pets in a Digital World: Making Good Use of Social Media

Wednesday, January 11, 2012 by Caitlin Moore

Moving with pets is a multi-step process that should be undertaken with lots of care and attention to detail, but who says it can't be fun, too? We love it when our customers embrace the experience of moving and use the tools of technology to illustrate and share their adventures; not only does this let us keep in touch with our present and former pet pals, social media can shed light on the entire process, helping others to see a more complete picture of what a pet relocation actually entails.


lucy in singapore
Lucy's blog is called Singapooch


For example, recent clients of ours recently moved from Seattle to London along with their cat named Bobcat, and they have been documenting the experience with a fun tumblr called Binding the Gap. (They also got creative with photoshop - check out their awesome Abbey Road homage on Flickr.)

Abbey, the Relocation Specialist in charge of the relocation, was in close contact with Bobcat's owners before, during, and after the move, but there's something about seeing pictures and status updates several days later that makes the whole endeavor feel more rewarding. (The new Londoners even managed to capture an audio clip of Bobcat purring, so we're pretty sure this kitty cat is settling in just fine.)



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A happy post-move tumblr update about Bobcat




We have several past clients who continue to use blogs, tumblrs, Pinterest, Twitter, etc. to share snapshots of life abroad with their pets, and we definitely enjoy keeping up with the likes of Lucy Luck in Mexico and Lucy Blue in Singapore (are people who name their pets 'Lucy' more active active in social media??).

The bottom line is that using social media highlights the sense of fun and discovery inherent in a relocation, but it's a useful activity, as well. Telling your story can be cathartic and will allow you to show off your adventures to the world, but most importantly, you're helping someone else (a stranger, probably) find their way through an experience that no one is born knowing how to expertly navigate.


Lucy
Lucy (in Mexico)


Have you used social media to document a move? Do you use these tools to keep track of your pet's life in general? What is it about sharing your adventures that you find the most rewarding? Tell us what you think, and be sure to share your pictures and stories with us if you're a media-oriented mover!


Pet Customer Testimonial: A Singapore Pet Move

Friday, November 11, 2011 by PetRelocation.com Customer

Name: Anne & John 
Pet's Name: Bodhi
From: Avalon, NJ
To: Singapore


When we learned that we were being transferred back to Singapore last year, one of our biggest concerns was how to bring our beloved Labradoodle with us. Enter PetRelocation.com. From the very first conversation with Katie, our Pet Relocation Specialist, our minds were put to rest that Bodhi was in very capable and caring hands.

Katie held our hands through the entire process, answering our many questions and concerns with understanding and compassion. We found PetRelocation to be extremely diligent and professional. We were especially happy with news that Bodhi would only have to quarantined for 10 days rather than the 30 day mandatory period. Thank you PetRelocation for such a fine and caring experience.