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Planning Cat Travel to Italy

Wednesday, April 9, 2014 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Ray
Number of Pets: 2
Pet Type: Cats
Pet Breed: Russian Blue & Long Hair Tabby
From: Joshua, TX
To: Arona, Italy

 

Dear PetRelocation,

Can you provide me details for transporting my two cats? How does the process work to bring them to Italy?

Thanks,

Ray

 

Hi Ray,

Thank you for your question. You can start by taking a look at the pet import requirements for Italy to get an idea of what to expect. To summarize, going to an EU country means you'll need microchips, vaccines and the correct documentation...

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Breaking Down (and Understanding) Pet Travel Costs

Thursday, April 3, 2014 by Pet Travel Center Questions

Name: Robin
From: Melbourne, Australia
To: Vancouver, Canada
Pet: My baby is called Leo, he is a Spoodle and will be 6 years old in October
 
 
Dear PetRelocation,
 
I am very nervous, as I am not sure how my dog will cope with such a long flight. I am also getting very expensive quotes from companies in Australia, however my friends are paying a lot less for transporting their Spoodle from London to Vancouver.
 
Could you please tell me if you could assist? What will be the costs involved? I am already...
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Planning Dog Travel from New Zealand to the United States

Thursday, March 27, 2014 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Ginger
Number of Pets: 1
Pet Type: Dog
Pet Breed: Fox Terrier
From: Auckland, New Zealand
To: Wisconsin, U.S.A.

 

Dear PetRelocation,

We are relocating to Wisconsin. We are very concerned about our pet traveling in the hold of an aircraft. We would love to be able to fly the shortest distance to a state of America, hence our questions. Is it possible to comply with the requirements for the 5 day or less option OR Airport Release, gather our dog once we land in Honolulu, Depart for a flight to...

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Common Concerns About Dog Travel

Monday, March 24, 2014 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Jan
Number of Pets: 1
Pet Type: Dog
Pet Breed: Great Pyrenees Puppy
From: Dallas, TX
To: Erlanger, KY

 

Dear PetRelocation,

I need to transport a puppy from my home in Dallas, TX to my sister's home in Erlanger, KY. I have never done anything like this before and would like to know how your services work.

I am concerned the dog will be scared during transport. Do you have ways to minimize the trauma they experience during travel?

Thanks,

Jan


Hi Jan,

Thanks for your question -- it's certainly normal to...

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Adopt Locally and Don't Fall for Puppy Scams

Wednesday, March 19, 2014 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Barbara
Number of Pets: 1
Pet Type: Dog
Pet Breed: English Bulldog puppy
From: Texas
To: Georgia

 

Hi PetRelocation,

I am supposed to have an English bulldog puppy shipped to me from Texas. I was just wondering if there was a way to talk to someone about where my shipment is?

Thanks,

Barbara

 

Hi Barbara,

Thanks for your message. Unfortunately we receive many emails like this, and based on the few brief words you sent we can be 98% sure that you're dealing with a puppy scam.

Pet lovers often look to the...

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Pet Travel From China to the United States

Tuesday, March 18, 2014 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Vicki
Number of Pets: One
Pet Type: Dog
Pet Breed: Mix
From: China
To: Kansas, USA

Dear PetRelocation,

My husband is working in Handan, China and found a stray puppy that needed medical treatment and he wants to bring it back home to join our family.

The puppy was taken to a vet and was malnourished with a severe eye infection. She was treated for 5 days and was picked up yesterday. He is currently keeping her at the office with him.

Could you please tell us exactly where to get information on what...

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Pet Client Story: "Misaotra betsaka tany Madigasikara (Thanks from Madagascar!)"

Thursday, March 13, 2014 by PetRelocation.com Customer

Name: Christina
Pet's Name: Parasy
From: Madagascar
To: Arizona, USA
 

"Parasy Bitro!" I said. Parasy stopped dead in her tracks, and turned around. A half eaten sandwich was hanging out of her mouth.

I adopted Parasy as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Madagascar, a few days after arriving in my village. She was scrounging around a trash pit searching for food. I adopted her, and a month later, I knew I was going to take her home.

She helped keep me sane in as culture shock set in and was a built in...

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Dog Travel from Florida to California

Tuesday, March 11, 2014 by Pet Travel Center Questions

Name: Sandra
From: West Palm Beach, FL
To: Los Angeles, CA
Pets: German Shepherd

Dear PetRelocation,
 
We have a very large puppy that we want to give to a family member. What is the safest way to transport him (he is 8 months old and 85 lbs)? We would like to send him unescorted, if possible.
 
Any information you can share would be helpful, thanks!
 
-Sandra
 
Hi Sandra,
 
Sure, we'd be happy to offer some advice. To move a pet domestically you need to show proof of an updated rabies vaccine and also have...
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Pet Move Story: "My babies' move to the other side of the earth!"

Monday, March 3, 2014 by PetRelocation.com Customer

Name: Mary
Pets' Names: Lucky and Ginger
From: New York, USA
To: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
 

I really thought PetRelocation did an excellent job from start to finish. Lyndsey and Amber both were most gracious and patient with my numerous questions and inquiries.

Lucky (our dog) and Ginger (our hamster) both went on the same flight and I was able to track their progress. Ginger was brought from customs straight to our apartment on the night of the flight arrival and seemed just like we left her. Lucky...

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Pet Client Story: Xena's Move to Canada

Friday, February 28, 2014 by PetRelocation.com Customer

Here's a note from a recent client of ours who moved from Singapore to Canada:

The transportation of Xena was arranged promptly and well organized. The specialist from PetRelocation knew all the documentation requirements precisely, and I received status updates frequently. 

The one I appreciated the most was the quick responses to my inquiries which took a lot of stress away. I will definitely recommend the services of PetRelocation.

Take care and appreciate your help!

 


 

 

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Coming to SXSW? Don't Miss #PuppyHour!

Tuesday, February 25, 2014 by Caitlin Moore

If you live in Austin or if your March plans happen to include a visit to SXSW, you're invited to attend a very special event that's being held at the PetRelocation headquarters in downtown Austin.

On March 8 and 9 we're partnering with GoBank, Austin Pets Alive! and Barkbox for a #PuppyHour featuring puppy playtime and the chance to adopt a dog. Mingle with fellow pet lovers, take a break between interactive sessions, and consult with the specialists who will be on hand if you have questions...

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Watch Out for Kitten Scams!

Tuesday, February 25, 2014 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Shawna
Number of Pets: 1
Pet Type: Cat
Pet Breed: Bengal
From: Nova Scotia
To: Surrey

Hey There,

I recently was in the search of a kitten, and a lady emailed me saying she had a kitten but was in Nova Scotia. She told me she could arrange for the kitten to be transported via pet transporters.

I received an email apparently from your services but the requirement to pay through Western Union raised a red flag. What are your payment requirements and where is your head office? I also received the...

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"We're Moving Soon. Should We Wait to Get a Dog?"

Monday, February 24, 2014 by Pet Travel Center Questions

Name: Nirupa
From: Hong Kong
To: Toronto Ontario
Pet: TBD
 
Dear PetRelocation,
 
I currently reside in Hong Kong. I am considering adopting a puppy around 6 months in age. My husband and I will relocate to Canada next year and I want to know the best way to relocate the dog without causing any trauma.
 
The flight is direct, 16hrs with Air Canada. I know the have a pet policy and most likely the dog will be bigger which will entail going in cargo. How do I prepare, and is the length of trip advisable...
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Questions about Flying with a Nervous Dog

Thursday, February 20, 2014 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Shayna
Number of Pets: 1
Pet Type: Large Dog
Pet Breed: Staffordshire Terrier
From: California
To: Honolulu, HI

 

Dear PetRelocation,

What airlines would you recommend to transport a large dog with separation anxiety issues? Also, what options do I have to calm down a nervous dog that I won't be able to fly with?

Thanks,

Shayna

 

Hi Shayna,

Great questions. Not every pet is naturally travel-ready, but there are things you can do to help prepare him or her for a flight.

First, you'll want to secure the...

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How to Travel Safely with a Pug

Monday, February 17, 2014 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Clea
Number of Pets: 1
Pet Type: Dog
Pet Breed: Pug
From: Florida
To: Minnesota

Dear PetRelocation,

My elderly parents are moving back to Minnesota from Florida. They are too old to drive so have booked a one way airline ticket. Here's my question: the airlines have policies about shipping Pugs due to breathing issues. My mother has an elderly pug she is trying to get back to Minnesota. We are considering various options and your organization has come to mind.

Does PetRelocation offer non-airline...

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Bailey's Pet Move Story: 'Xie Xie PetRelocation'

Thursday, February 13, 2014 by PetRelocation.com Customer

Name: Patrick
Pet's Name: Bailey
From: Shanghai, China
To: Connecticut, USA
 

We spent three years in China, where we adopted a black lab puppy. When returning to the US, our company put us in contact with PetRelocation. Any move across the world is stressful, but we were particularly concerned about the health and safety of our little girl, Bailey.

PetRelocation walked us through the entire process and went above and beyond to make sure we were comfortable about Bailey getting the proper care...

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How to Help the Stray Dogs of Sochi

Tuesday, February 11, 2014 by Pet Travel Questions

You've probably heard the sad stories coming out of Russia regarding the existence and treatment of stray dogs near the Olympic Village in Sochi.

After learning that dogs were being rounded up and killed by local authorities, many kind-hearted souls (some very wealthy) and rescue organizations have sprung into action. If you're wondering how you can help, here are a few options.

Donate to the Cause

Sometimes, due to distance and your own life situation, the best and most realistic thing to do is...

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Dog Travel from Italy to the United States

Monday, February 10, 2014 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Carole
Number of Pets: 1
Pet Type: Dog
Pet Breed: Cane Corso (110 lb.)
From: Sicily, Italy
To: Atlanta, GA

 

Dear PetRelocation,

I need cost estimate, where to buy a large pet kennel for the flight, any special paperwork that's required, etc. I already know about getting the Health Certificate from an authorized Italian vet, and the CDC said they don't require any special papers, but I don't know things like, if it's better to fly the pet via Delta, Alitalia, etc. or are there special pet...

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Moving Pets to Australia from "Non-Approved" Countries

Monday, January 27, 2014 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Natasha
Number of Pets: 3
Pet Type: 2 Dogs and1 Cat
Pet Breed: 2 Shih Tzu and an unknown breed cat
From: Salvador, Brazil
To: Sydney, Australia

 

Dear PetRelocation,

I live in Brazil and I'm going to Australia, but first, according to Australia's law, my pets have to do quarantine in another country for 5-6 months. I've chosen Miami, FL for the place to do this quarantine.

Who can help me with all the paperwork, exams, flights, vet visits, etc. during the quarantine period? How much would...

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Flying with a Cat: What Paperwork is Necessary?

Tuesday, January 21, 2014 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Jim
Number of Pets: 1
Pet Type: Cat
Pet Breed:
From: Puerto Rico
To: South Carolina

I want to be sure to have all the necessary requirements for transporting my cat to South Carolina. I will be flying Jet Blue and will be taking the cat as a carry on.

I'm not sure if Puerto Rico is rabies free or if I need to get a rabies vaccine. It is my understanding that I will need a health certificate from the vet within 10 days of the flight.

Please advise as to what, if anything I am missing. Thank you.

Jim

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