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Incredible Experiences: A Cat Move From San Francisco to Singapore

Monday, February 8, 2016 by PetRelocation.com Customer

Mus the cat"Travel From West to East"

PetRelocation was recommended by our pet transport agent in Singapore.

There are a lot of administrative procedures to carry out prior to transport to Singapore, and our agent Linda was able to organize the process well.

We are very happy that the whole procedure of ensuring the vaccinations and physical checks done were arranged smoothly.

Big thanks to PetRelocation and Linda for assisting with the move of our cat!

 

Pet Travel Question Details:

Name: Justin
Pet's Name: Mus
Fr...

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Dog Travel Q&A: Traveling to Canada From Spain

Thursday, February 4, 2016 by Pet Travel Center Questions

Hi PetRelocation,
 
How do we make our travels work best for the dog?

Challenges: We leave Spain go into Gibraltar and fly to London, UK, spend two nights, then fly to Vancouver, Canada. Will the UK let us take the dog out of the airport to our cousin's home for the two night stay? Please let us know what we should be thinking about and organizing as we have never done this before. We really want to adopt this dog in Spain but live in Canada.
 
Thanks,
Patti

 
 
Hi Patti,
 
Thank you for your question!
 
If...
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Pet Move of the Month: Peaches, Finley and Charlie's Move to Georgia

Wednesday, February 3, 2016 by PetRelocation.com Customer

peachesOur featured pet move this month will introduce you to a true pet lover. Jen is the pet parent to Peaches (a Pit Bull, therapy dog, and cancer survivor), Finley (a three-legged Golden Retriever) and Charlie (a cool cat who recently lost a few pounds in order to be healthy enough to travel), and she has fostered over 200 animals.

Jen has also traveled with pets before this move from Arizona to Georgia and has learned a lot about what it takes to make the process easier, and she was kind enough to...

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"Can a Stray Dog be Imported to the United States From Romania?"

Thursday, January 28, 2016 by Pet Travel Center Questions

Hi PetRelocation,
 
While volunteering in Romania, I fell in love with a young stray dog at an orphanage. She lives there and is occasionally fed scraps. Is there any way I can bring her back to the U.S.? I know someone who might help me get her vaccinated.

Challenges: Everything. It is an uphill battle because first they have to pick her up, get her vaccinated (I am now back in the United States in College), and then ship her here. I may be able to fly back to make sure they get the right dog,...
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North America Pet Travel Spotlight: Pet Travelers Share Their Stories

Tuesday, January 12, 2016 by Top Pet Travel Destinations

north america spotlight

Thanks for following along with our North America Pet Travel Spotlight! Now that we've covered the finer points of North America and domestic United States pet travel by discussing cargo travel, breed restrictions, and more, it's time to take a look at some real life examples of success. 

Find out what these pet travelers had to say after they completed their moves -- their stories will hopefully illustrate that the hard work of planning a pet move is well worth it once your pet is home safe with...

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Pet Travel Q&A: Traveling With Cats to New Zealand

Tuesday, December 22, 2015 by Pet Travel Questions

Hi,

I'm having real trouble finding a company that will help us move our cats from Denmark. Only a company called TrustForwarding appears to do flights, and they won't help with any other details like paperwork and vet visits etc. Do you know where I can get help without moving to another country for 6 months!?

Thanks,

Jeremy

 

Hi Jeremy,

Thank you for your question! As you probably know, Moving pets to New Zealand is quite an endeavor due to the fact that New Zealand is a rabies free nation....

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"Should I Drive or Fly My Pet Across The Country?"

Monday, December 21, 2015 by Pet Travel Questions

Hi there,

Do you provide ground transportation travel for animals moving within the United States? We do not want to fly our dog.

Thanks so much!
Briana

 

Hi Briana,

Thanks, great question! We do not provide ground transportation ourselves, but we do have recommendations for you.

1. You can search online for ground transport options (we recommend IPATA.org as a source for finding reputable agents).

2. You can reconsider. Many pet owners are naturally averse to the idea of air cargo travel for their...

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North America Pet Travel Spotlight: Everything You Need to Know About Breed Restrictions

Tuesday, December 15, 2015 by Top Pet Travel Destinations

North America Pet Travel Spotlight Part Four

Along with the challenges we've previously covered in our North America Pet Travel Series, another big obstacle for many pet travelers involves breed restrictions.

Many of these rules are important because they're set with a pet's safety in mind (snub-nosed pets are simply more likely to experience complications when traveling, for example), but they can often be confusing and make pet travel even more stressful for conscientious pet owners trying to figure everything out.

The more you know, the...

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North America Pet Travel Spotlight: Common Obstacles (And How to Overcome Them)

Wednesday, December 9, 2015 by Top Pet Travel Destinations

North America Pet Travel Spotlight Part Three

Thus far in our North America Pet Travel Spotlight series we've discussed the basics of planning a safe trip and examined the truth about cargo pet travel. There's still more to learn, of course, and now it's time to find out about some of the most common pitfalls pet travelers face during this process. 

Your upcoming pet relocation can run much more smoothly than you might think -- especially if you take the time to read over these possible problems (and their solutions).

You don't have a travel...

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Hiring Domestic Ground Transportation for Dogs

Thursday, December 3, 2015 by Pet Travel Questions

Hi PetRelocation,

I'm interested in pricing for transporting my dogs by car, as I'd like to avoid flying the dogs. Is this a service you offer?

Thanks,

Ashley

 

Hi Ashley,

Thanks for reaching out to us with your pet travel question! We currently do not offer ground transportation, however we can refer you to IPATA.org. This website lists various local pet travel agents including reputable ground transport agents.

As we recently discussed in our North America Pet Travel Spotlight, many pet travelers...

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North America Pet Travel Spotlight: The Facts About Cargo Pet Travel

Thursday, December 3, 2015 by Top Pet Travel Destinations

north america pet travel spotlight part two

Let's face it: pet travel can be confusing and stressful, so in part one of our North America Pet Travel Spotlight series we discussed the basic elements of planning a safe pet move. Now that you've mastered these essentials, it's time to dive deeper into those areas of pet travel that tend to bring up even more questions.

For example, many North America pet travelers have concerns about how their pet will be traveling if they are too big to fly in the cabin, and they're often initially opposed...

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Incredible Experiences: Chloe's Move to the Beaches of Australia

Monday, November 30, 2015 by PetRelocation.com Customer

"PetRelocation is an absolute must for peace of mind!"

Moving to a country like Australia, with its strict quarantine regulations, is a daunting process. I spent many hours researching companies before deciding upon PetRelocation.

chloe at the beach

Their reputation seemed more outstanding than the rest, and along the 6 month journey the staff proved incredible in their customer service and relationship with our Vet. As the time came for Chloe to begin the flight, transport and 10 day quarantine, PetRelocation kept...

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North America Pet Travel Spotlight: How to Get Started

Thursday, November 19, 2015 by Top Pet Travel Destinations

North America Part One

Whether moving a pet from state to state or country to country, it's important to start with the basics. It can be easy to feel overwhelmed in the beginning stages of a pet move when you don't know what you don't know, but the more you start to learn about the process, the more empowered you'll be to make the right choices for your pet.

Based on advice from PetRelocation's domestic logistics team, our North America Pet Travel Spotlight will primarily focus on US domestic moves (moves from one...

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Top Pet Travel Destinations: North America Spotlight

Thursday, November 19, 2015 by Top Pet Travel Destinations

North America Banner

Moving with your pet within North America? You may not be crossing the ocean, but traveling with pets within the United States or to Mexico or Canada from the US (the most common destinations on the continent, in our experience) will still require focused planning and careful attention to detail.

In our North America Spotlight series, we'll take a look at some of the most common questions and misconceptions about this pet travel process and will offer some helpful advice straight from our pet...

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Incredible Experiences: Rosie's Move to the UK

Monday, November 16, 2015 by PetRelocation.com Customer

"Rosie's UK Homecoming"

Rosie has been absolutely great since she arrived with my friend Vicki. I have photos of her playing and lots of her sleeping! I cannot wait to see her again on Wednesday. 

Rosie

The driver who delivered Rosie to Vicki said that Rosie was as quiet as could be in the van until he drove into our village. Then she jumped up and tried to look outside. How wonderful is that? I guess that even after a year away she could smell that she was home. 

Thank you and Meagan for your very...

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Incredible Experiences: Zoey's Relocation to California

Thursday, November 12, 2015 by PetRelocation.com Customer

zoey"Zoey's Move From Texas to California"

To say Zoey is my baby would be a huge understatement. She is my heart and soul. I got her as a tiny, tiny puppy and we've both grown up and been through a LOT of life together.

When I FINALLLLY finished school and received a job offer across the country, I needed to find a safe way to transport my beautiful mutt to our new destination. Cue PetRelocation. Their wonderful staff was kind, caring, and SO helpful.

Catie and Katy were wonderful. Not only did they...

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How to Obtain a Rabies Titer Test for Pet Transport

Thursday, October 29, 2015 by Pet Travel News

Among other things, preparing for international pet travel means understanding the pet import rules for your destination country, securing an airline approved pet travel crate, and booking a flight on a pet friendly airline.

It also means making sure pets are up to date on their rabies vaccine, and in some cases -- when going to Australia, Singapore, and other rabies free countries -- a rabies titer test is also needed.

The titer test is administered 1 to 30 days after the rabies vaccine and is...

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Pet Air Travel: Can Pets Travel in the Cabin to the UK?

Wednesday, October 21, 2015 by Pet Travel Center Questions

Name: Matt
Estimated Move Date: 15th November 2015
Reason: Personal
From: Mexico City, Mexico
To: London Heathrow, UK
Pet: Ishmael, Tabby cat, 6 years, 13lbs

Hi PetRelocation,
 
What is currently the cheapest way to transport a cat to the UK from Mexico City? British Airways cargo partner IAG quoted me US $2,200!! Do any airlines allow cats in the cabin or as baggage into the UK? My cat is too awesome to leave behind.
 
Thank you,
Matt
 
 
Hi Matt,
 
Thanks for your question! We definitely understand not...
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UK Pet Travel: When Should a Dog's Microchip Be Implanted?

Tuesday, October 20, 2015 by Pet Travel Questions

Hi PetRelocation,

My boxer is current on rabies but may need other shots to meet requirements, I'm not sure. Is there a link of current requirements to transport a dog from the USA to UK?

I read they need to be microchipped before the rabies shot? Does that mean I need to get her chipped and then she has to have another rabies shot? Just trying to figure out exactly what is needed so we can start the process as we plan to move in about 6-8 months back to UK. My boxer is from the USA.

Thanks,

Neil

 

H...

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Australia Pet Travel Spotlight: Why Does It Cost so Much to Move Pets to Australia?

Monday, October 19, 2015 by Top Pet Travel Destinations

Australia pet travel spotlight part two

After starting our Australia Pet Travel Spotlight with a look at the Australia quarantine process, we now turn to another key issue: costs. Australia tends to be more expensive than many other countries when it comes to importing pets, but the more you know up front, the more you can prepare and manage some of those expenses.

Read on to find out why Australia pet travel isn't cheap and learn a few of our tips for keeping costs lower. Want to discuss these issues in more depth with one of our...

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