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Dog Travel to Northern Ireland

Monday, October 27, 2014 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Sheila
Number of Pets: one
Pet Type: Dog
Pet Breed: Bluetick Coonhound
From: United States
To: Northern Ireland

Is the preparation time the same as for England, which is about 3 months? What is the cost to take the dog to Belfast?

Thanks,

Sheila

 

Hi Sheila,

The overall costs will depend on a few factors (the size of your dog, where you're departing from, etc.), but you can probably expect to spend $2000 USD or more when the process is all said and done.

Handling the move completely on your own will keep prices lower, so take a look at the pet import requirements for Ireland to find out what you'll need to do. The United States is considered a "Qualifying Lower Risk" country, so the rabies vaccination must be administered at least 21 days before departure.

If you'd like to find out more about our door-to-door services, please fill out our free quote form. You can also take a look at our blog for general tips about moving pets.

Hope this helps, Sheila. Good luck with everything!

Pet Move of the Month: Louis, Alfie and Halo's Move to England

Tuesday, June 17, 2014 by PetRelocation.com Customer

AlfieA few weeks ago we helped three dogs, Alfie, Halo and Louis, make their way from Austin, TX to Hastings, England. They were ready for a change of pace and scenery (Austin summers are pretty brutal), and their owners worked carefully with us to make sure their pups would make it safely and smoothly across the pond.

Read on for more details about this three-dog move, and thanks to their owners for sharing the story!

What brought about your move to the UK?

We were concerned at the rate Austin was growing and fell out of love with the city. In the end I really missed being in nature and felt a bit guilty that because of the heat we were really restricted about what we could do with the dogs.

 

Have you ever moved a pet internationally before this?

We looked at moving to Uruguay two years ago and went through PetRelocation then. They were amazing from the moment we made the phone call, but our move to Uruguay fell apart and happily we decided to move to the UK. I know from living there before that they are very strict with customs and laws regarding dogs, so I knew I needed help to make sure everything was in order. One mistake can cost you quarantine time and I really did not want that, so I knew from my last experience with PetRelocation that they could get the job done and I wouldn't have to stress myself stupid.

What were some of your initial concerns?

My biggest concerns were that the dogs might die during the trip. When you look on the internet there are a lot of stories about mistakes made -- dogs dehydrating, etc. Other concerns were the expense of getting them from A to B, the paperwork being in order (as I am hopeless with paperwork), knowing the order in which the treatments are given to the dogs... The list went on.

 

 

Did anything surprise you about the pet travel process?

I wasn't surprised by the process. I really was glad that the UK relaxed their laws so we could have the opportunity to bring our guys.

How did your dogs handle the transition?

The dogs have their nose to the ground from the moment we leave the house. The weather is in the 60s and they are allowed off lead in the valleys and on the beach. They really seem to be so joyous when we walk. There is much more freedom on walks with designated off and on leash spots. There are rolling hills, sea views and cold breezes. They are so tired at night, they put themselves to bed around six. Dogs are allowed everywhere in Hastings: pubs, restaurants and coffee shops, inside and out. They're with us all day and have socialized really well. I love that I am always with them.

Is Hastings a pet-friendly place to be?

There are bespoke pet shops here, handmade jackets and hats and vets on every corner, and lots of charity shops to support vets for pets. There are dog shows in the parks in the summertime for the locals, and you will see if you come here that most people have dogs.

 

 

What advice do you have for pet owners planning a move?

If you are planning a move the preparation is stressful, and you really need to research what you need and in what order. My advice is that you use a relocating company so that you can focus on getting everything else in order. But find a good one and see whether or not you like the people you are going to use.

PetRelocation for me was exceptional. Every person I dealt with gave exceptional service, and more importantly, they are good people who were able to put me at ease through all of my freak-outs.

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Excellent story! Have questions about moving pets? Please contact us.

Pet Travel to England

Wednesday, June 4, 2014 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Nitika
Number of Pets: 1
Pet Type: Cat
Pet Breed: Long-haired House Cat
From: Oslo, Norway (Gardemoen Airport)
To: Waybridge UK, (Heathrow)

 

Hi,

I do have some questions: How much will this cost? Can the relocation be timed to match my arrival in the UK? This is to ensure minimum transit and in-crate time for the cat. How is PetRelocation different from airlines like Lufthansa and British Airways? Do you offer more options?

Best Regards
Nitika

 

Hi Nitika,

Thanks for submitting a question to us, we'd be happy to offer some guidance. First, here are the pet import requirements for the UK. Your cat will need to follow a few rules and show proof of updated vaccines, etc. in order to be admitted to the UK.

Regarding what we do: We provide door-to-door pet transportation services, which means we help plan the pre-move details (like vaccines and paperwork), we book the flight on a pet friendly airline (often British Airways or Lufthansa), oversee customs clearance and arrange transportation to and from the airport on both ends of the trip.

Usually our clients are not on the same flight as their pet, and we try to time the arrival so that it works for the pet owner (often pet parents want to travel first so that they'll have a chance to set up the new house before reuniting with their pet).

Our costs for moving one small pet internationally usually begin at around $2500, however the actual price will depend on several factors. Handling the move yourself will probably be a cheaper option but will simply take more of your time and effort. Reasons people hire us include not having the time to plan a move or feeling overwhelmed by the process and wanting to leave the details to an experienced team.

We'd be happy to chat if you have more questions for us, Nitika. Either way, good luck with everything!

 

"Should We Vacation Internationally with Our Dog?"

Wednesday, April 23, 2014 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Alyson
Number of Pets: 1
Pet Type: Dog
Pet Breed: Cocker Spaniel
From: New Zealand
To: England

Hi,

We are planning to go to England for four months and wondered if it was possible to take our dog with us. We're leaving in June and returning to New Zealand in September.

Thanks,

Alyson

 

Hi Alyson,

Thanks for contacting us, we'd be happy to discuss your options with you. First, be aware that when crossing international borders with pets, you need to research and meet the stated requirements for each country. Going to England would mean meeting UK pet import rules and then following New Zealand import rules when you come back.

Both countries have very specific requirements, and New Zealand in particular (because it is a rabies-free country) asks that pet owners complete a series of strict steps. Pets moving to New Zealand generally start preparing about six months ahead of their planned arrival date (here's the checklist from the official New Zealand government site), so theoretically you would need to have started already if you were planning to enter New Zealand in September. Coming from the UK, your dog will need to spend 10 days in New Zealand quarantine upon arrival, as well.

As you can see you're facing quite a bit of paperwork and several vet visits for a four month vacation, and reconciling the UK and NZ steps would take very detail-oriented planning (not to mention a substantial amount of money to cover flights, health documents, etc.). You'll also want to think about how your dog will fare undertaking two long airplane trips and then completing the quarantine stay upon your return.

Considering all this, you'll probably decide that it's a better idea for your dog to stay with a trusted pet sitter during your trip. Domestic travel or travel within the EU is realistic for many vacationing people and their pets, but crossing back and forth over international borders like New Zealand is much more complicated and may not be a feasible option.

It's always advisable to talk to your vet when making big travel decisions, and if you'd like to speak to one of our relocation specialists, you're welcome to give our office a call at 1-877-PET-MOVE or fill out our quote form. We understand the desire to keep your pet with you all summer, but in reality it's important to think about what's possible, and most importantly, what's best for your dog.

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



 

Microchip Questions & Pet Travel to the UK

Wednesday, March 5, 2014 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Denise
Number of Pets: 2
Pet Type: Dogs
Pet Breed: West Highland Terrier
From: Canada
To: England

 

Dear PetRelocation,

I read last year that the microchip used for the United Kingdom has to be a specific type or it might not read once in the United Kingdom. Is this correct, and what type of microchip do I need to use from Canada?

Thanks,

Denise

 

Hi Denise,

Thanks for the question! The microchip is an important part of the process so it's smart to double check the details before you get too far.

First, here's more information about the UK pet import rules as a whole. Canada is an approved non-EU country, so that means you'll be following the Part A requirements as listed. As far as the microchip, per www.gov.uk you should have a microchip that meets ISO standards, and if you have one that isn't ISO-compatible, you need to provide your own microchip reader.

Here's all you need to know about pet microchips and the UK. Also, here is more information from our blog about various types of microchips and which ones are ISO-compatible.

Hopefully this helps, Denise. Please let us know if you have any more questions about your upcoming move, and good luck with everything!

 


 

Are There Dog Breed Restrictions for Flying to the United States?

Monday, March 3, 2014 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Blakley
Number of Pets: 1
Pet Type: Dog
Pet Breed: Alaskan Malamute and Staffordshire Terrier
From: England
To: USA

Dear PetRelocation,

Is there any reason why my breed of dog could not come into the United States? We're military.

Thanks,

Blakley

 

Hi Blakley,

The United States does not have any dog breed restrictions, and in fact it's one of the easier places to bring a pet. In summary, you'll need an International Health Certificate issued within 10 days of departure and a rabies vaccination and certificate. Here's an overview of the requirements.

Other considerations include obtaining an airline-approved travel crate (it sounds like your dog might be pretty big so you  may need a custom travel crate), and we highly recommend choosing a pet-friendly airline.

If you have any further questions about the process and think you might like to find out more about our door-to-door services, feel free to fill out our quote form.

Hope this helps to get you started. Have a great move!
 

Dog Travel to The Dominican Republic

Thursday, February 6, 2014 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Marcus
Number of Pets: 1
Pet Type: Dog
Pet Breed: Akita
From: England
To: Dominican Republic

 

Dear PetRelocation,

Do I need an import certificate for this move? Once I have this info then I can proceed to the vet for a full vaccination, including rabies jab. I am applying for the export travel certificate, too.

Thanks,

Marcus

 

Hi Marcus,

To move your dog to the Dominican Republic you'll need a health certificate signed by your vet and proof of an up-to-date rabies vaccine. The rabies vaccine should be administered at least 30 days before your day of departure, and the health certificate should be issued not more than 15 days before departure. Here is more information about moving pets to the Dominican Republic.

We recommend taking the time to choose a pet friendly airline, and you'll also want to make sure your travel crate is airline approved. Here is more information about how to choose the right travel crate for your dog.

Please contact us if you have questions or if you'd like to find out more about our door-to-door services. Good luck with your trip!

 


 

Cat Travel to Japan

Wednesday, December 18, 2013 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Ashley
Number of Pets: 1
Pet Type: Cat
From: England
To: Japan

 

Hi There,

I'm curious as to what the requirements are for allowing my cat to move to Japan with me, more specifically, Sapporo (though my options are open right now). In the near future I'll be moving to Japan permanently to teach English and I'd like to take my cat with me as he's quite attached to me. He follows me around everywhere and meows at my bedroom door relentlessly whilst I am at college (according to my parents) so I feel like I can't just leave him behind.

I've heard a lot about a possible six months in quarantine but no concrete answers so far so I've decided to ask. I honestly couldn't bare the guilt of leaving him in quarantine for six months, and not to mention the stress from the travel could do some damage as well. If that's the case I think it may be a better idea to not take him with me, but of course that is also something I hate to imagine doing.

In addition to this, I know that a lot of places do not accept animals so my search for a place to live would be that much harder but if I can take him with me then I'm willing to give myself that restriction.

So yeah, any information would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Ashley

 

Hi Ashley,

Thanks for your question -- we understand that pets are part of the family and it sounds like your kitty loves you very much! Here is some information about how you can bring her to Japan with you.

First, take a look at these pet import requirements via the Animal Quarantine Service of Japan. If planned correctly, you should be able to avoid a long quarantine. The process is very particular, as you can see, but we've helped many pets move to Japan and they've been able to go home to their families pretty quickly.

For general information about moving pets internationally, please take a look at these frequently asked pet travel questions. Your cat may not love the traveling experience but there are ways of preparing him as best you can (including by following these cat crate training tips).

The bottom line is to begin planning early, talk to your vet for help and advice, and continue to reach out to pet travel experts when necessary. If you're interested in finding out about our door-to-door services, you can fill out our free quote form.

Thanks again, and good luck with everything!

 

 



 

Pet Move Story: Naboo's Move to the UK

Monday, October 14, 2013 by PetRelocation.com Customer

Here's a note from a recent customer... We love post-move updates like this!

Good morning Keith,

Yes, we all arrived safely on Friday. I can't tell you how overjoyed we were when Naboo arrived at my Father's house. Naboo seemed pretty pleased to see us, too!!

The flight over was fairly turbulent, which was worrying for me at times, but when Naboo arrived he seemed calm and quite relaxed. He appeared very well indeed!! He was very tired on that day, as were we all, but has since returned to his normal self and is certainly enjoying the cooler and wetter English weather!!

I cannot thank you enough for the fantastic service that you and your colleagues have provided!! You have always responded immediately with any queries I have had and managed to put my mind at ease from our very first conversation. Both the agent who collected Naboo and the agent who delivered him were so nice and Naboo 'took' to them straight away, which was very reassuring. Obviously fellow 'doggy people' :-)

 



So, I just want to say another huge thank you!! I would most definitely recommend your service to others in our situation and of course, if we need to travel again in the future, we would not hesitate to contact you!

I've attached a couple of 'before & after' pics of Naboo. The third one with the orange ball in his mouth was pretty much immediately as he arrived. Then the following one is during his first walk in England.

Thank you once again!!

Kind regards,

Laura & Chris... and of course Naboo!!

 

Cat Travel to the UK -- "Is There a Quarantine?"

Tuesday, September 24, 2013 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Carrie
Number of Pets: Two
Pet Type: Cats
Pet Breed: Orange Tabby
From: USA
To: London, England

Hi there, and thank you in advance for your time.

I am not doing this yet, but I want to look into it as there is a possibility my office may relocate me to London, England. Someone recently told me that in order to migrate my cats they would need to be quarantined for six months first before I could take them into what would be my new home abroad. Is that true?

Many thanks,

Carrie

 

Hi Carrie,

You will need to prepare your cats for the trip by following a few import requirements, but there is no longer a six month quarantine in place for pets going to the UK. Since the beginning of 2012, the UK has been in line with the rest of the EU, making it much easier for most people to travel into the country with their pets.

Here are the pet import requirements for the UK. Please take a look at them and let us know if you'd like some help planning out your vet visits, securing the correct paperwork and getting your cats from  your old home to your new one.

Thanks for checking in with us, and good luck with everything!
 

Dog Travel from Canada to The UK

Wednesday, September 11, 2013 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Connie
Number of Pets: One
Pet Type: Dog
Pet Breed: Miniature Pinscher Parsons Terrier Sharpei
From: Calgary, Alberta, Canada
To: London, England

Dear PetRelocation,

What are the travel requirements for my dog if we go from Canada to London?

Thank you,

Connie
 

Hi Connie,

Thanks for the question, we'd be glad to offer a few tips. First, take a look at the pet import requirements for the UK. As you can see, they used to be pretty strict (there was a 180-day quarantine in place) but now they are more relaxed. You still need to attend to several important details, but you won't need to worry about a quarantine.

Canada is an approved non-EU country, so your dog needs a microchip, a rabies vaccine (administered after the microchip is implanted), a vet health certificate, and you must wait at least 21 days from the day of vaccination before traveling.

If you have questions about these requirements and would like some help with your move, please contact us for a free quote. We also invite you to check out our Facebook to meet some of the pets we've moved recently. Lots of dogs and cats go to the UK!

Thanks again for submitting a question, and good luck with everything.

 

 

Pet Travel Question: Should I Take My Cats With Me to the UK?

Thursday, August 15, 2013 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Megan
Number of Pets: 5
Pet Type: Cats
Pet Breed: Mixed Breed/ American Shorthair and European Shorthair
From: Chicago, USA
To: London, UK

Hi,

I am moving for an initial period of six months to London and want to bring my cats with me. I have found housing for us all (my boyfriend too) but have been confronted by many people telling me about how expensive everything is and how moving is very bad for the cats. These cats have been with us since they were young and I believe they would do better moving with us than to an entirely new place with strangers for a short term.

I'm writing to ask you for your help? Is moving the cats endangering their lives? Am I being selfish in wanting them to be with us?

Thanks,

Megan

 

Hi Megan,

These are common concerns of caring pet owners who find themselves facing a long-distance relocation. Though it may seem scary, pet air travel is quite safe, especially when using a pet-friendly airline such as United, KLM, or Lufthansa. However, whether or not your cats are capable of safely traveling to England depends on their overall health and must be determined by your vet. Unless your cats are especially sick or elderly, they should be able to fly safely. We have moved many cats to places all over the world, including the UK!

Pet transport can get pretty expensive, especially when traveling with such a large number of cats. Costs will include vet visits, airline tickets, and travel crates for your cats, among other expenses. However, many owners feel that keeping their pet family intact is well worth the price of pet travel.

Ultimately, it is up to you and your vet to decide whether or not is is in your cats' best interests to move to London. It may be helpful to take a look at the pet import requirements for the UK. This will give you an idea of what pet travel to England will involve. Additionally, if you would like a free price estimate for your move, fill out our quote form to be in contact with a pet move specialist. And if you have any more questions, feel free to contact us. Thanks for your questions and good luck with everything!

Pet Travel Question: Moving a Cat to Azerbaijan

Tuesday, July 23, 2013 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Charity
Number of Pets: One
Pet Type: Cat
Pet Breed: Bengal
From: England
To: Azerbaijan

Hello,

I am having extreme difficulty locating any information (on the internet, with my vet, Azerbaijan Embassy, Ministry of Agriculture of Azerbaijan, etc.) that would tell me what is required for us to import our cat, Spot, into Azerbaijan. Would you be able to help?

Very much appreciated,
Charity

 

Hi Charity,

Thanks for your question. Check out our PDF listing the Pet Import Requirements for Azerbaijan. You'll see there that your cat will need several vaccinations, a microchip, and an international health certificate which has been endorsed by a local branch of the national veterinary authority (DEFRA in England). You should still try to be in contact with the Azerbaijan Embassy to ensure that these requirements are up-to-date and to make sure that Spot's move goes as smoothly as possible.

Pet transport can be complicated, especially when basic pieces of information (such as import requirements) are hard to track down. Sometimes it's easiest to hire a pet shipping specialist to handle your move. If you'd like to learn about our door-to-door services, please fill out our free quote form. And if you have any more questions, feel free to contact us.

Thanks again for your question and good luck with your move!

Pet Travel Question: Moving Back to the UK With a Cat

Monday, July 8, 2013 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Kelly
Number of Pets: One
Pet Type: Cat
Pet Breed: British Short hair Blue
From: Goa, India
To: United Kingdom

Hi,

My cat came over with me to live in Goa three years ago, and we are now returning home. I still have his crate and plan on getting paperwork from his vet, but I don't know what paperwork I need to take him on the flight or to get him back into the UK or where to get it from. Can you help? I will be traveling with Qatar in October.


Many Thanks,
Kelly

 

Hi Kelly,

These are good questions, and it's great that you still have your cat's travel crate. Check out the Pet Import Requirements for the United Kingdom to find out what paperwork you will need in order to bring your cat to the UK. As you can see, most of this documentation is available through your vet, but some of it will need to be endorsed by the Indian government veterinary authority. In addition to these various certificates, your cat will also need to have a microchip implanted if he does not already have one.

Getting all of these documents will take some time, so it is best to get started as soon as possible if you plan on traveling with your cat in October. If you have any more questions, feel free to contact us. Additionally, if you think you might be interested in our door-to-door pet relocation services, please fill out our free quote form.

Thanks for your question, and good luck with your move back to England!

Pet Travel Question: Moving Cats from England to the United States

Thursday, June 27, 2013 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Carol
Number of Pets: 2
Pet Type: Cats
Pet Breed: Domestic Short Hair
From: England, UK
To: Houston, TX

Will my cats need to go into quarantine on arrival in Houston, Texas?

Thanks,

Carol

 

Hi Carol,

Thanks for your question. Luckily, the United States does not require a quarantine for pets. Check out the United States Pet Import Requirements to see what documentation you will need for your cats. In addition to securing necessary documents, it's also a good idea to start crate-training your cats as soon as possible, so that they are more comfortable during travel.

Feel free to contact us if you have any more questions. If you think you'd like help moving your cats overseas, fill out our free quote form to find out about our door-to-door services.

Thanks again for your question and good luck with your move!

 

Pet Air Travel Question: Can Pets Fly Unaccompanied?

Thursday, June 6, 2013 by Pet Travel Center Questions

Name: Misa
Pet: Cat
From: Birmingham, England
To: Florida, USA

Hi, I'm hoping to move my cat next year after I finish studying, from the UK to Florida, and I'd like to know about how much this would cost and what the best option for her traveling alone is?

I won't be able to travel back to the UK, so she'll have to be taken alone, and I'm not sure how much that would cost, and if it would be bad for her to fly there?
 
Thanks,
Misa
 
 
Hi Misa,
 
Thanks for your question, we'd be happy to advise. These are the (pretty straightforward) pet import requirements for the United States.
 
It's common for pets to travel separately from their owners, in fact this is the case for most of the moves that we handle. You'll need assistance, either from a friend or from a hired pet agent, to bring your cat to the airport and meet her on the other end, but again, many people choose to do it this way. (It makes it easier for you to take care of your own move, flight, etc.)
 
It sounds like you  may be interested in the kind of door-to-door service that PetRelocation provides, so we welcome you to contact us at your convenience. Good luck with the trip, and hope to hear from you soon!

 
 

 

Happy Valentine's Day From The Pets of PetRelocation!

Thursday, February 14, 2013 by Caitlin Moore

 

The employees of PetRelocation love getting to know our clients' pets as we help them travel the world safely, and most of us have adorable pets of our own who we're happy to show off anytime.

In honor of the sweetest holiday, here's a look at some of the cute faces we come home to each night. Happy Valentine's Day, pet lovers!

 

Reba! This Muppet look-alike belongs to Sarah S.

 

 

Marissa's dog Rocky lives with her parents in England (where it's been snowing like crazy)

 

 

Claire has worked with the German Shepherd Rescue of Central Texas over the last few years, and here she is with her own two pups, Zuri And Banjo

 

 

Tucker is a Schnoodle and belongs to Daniel

 

 

Marissa also has a cat named Rhett

 

 

Keith & Sherlock

 

 

Vivian belongs to (and is adored by) Jeana

 

 

Maegan & Benni (and a giant squirrel)

 

 

Tucker belongs to Matt K.

 

 

Ashley has three pups in her crew: George, Riley & Aston

 

 

Bethany & Gilligan

 

 

Lenneke & Oakley

 

 

Rachel's boy Charlie

 

 

Mandy's doggie Jackson

 

 

Tyler & Alex

 

 

Sarah R.'s dogs, Jack & Duna

 

 

 

Kitty & Sasha are Lauren's two gals

 

 

 

Raef belongs to Caitlin

 

 

Ramesses is Tyler's #1 kitty

 

 

 

Amber & Copano

 

 

And these pups are actually just friends of Amber's, but this pic was too perfect not to share!

 

Thanks for getting to know our pets a little better, and feel free to share your own V-Day pet pictures with us on Facebook or Twitter!

 

Pet Travel Question: Pet Travel to England

Tuesday, February 12, 2013 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Louise
Number of Pets: 3
Pet Type: 1 dog & 2 cats
From: Shanghai, China
To: UK

Can you clarify the requirements for relocating pets from China to the UK?

Thanks,

Louise

 

Hi Louise,

Sure, we'd be happy to assist you. Here's a rundown of the pet import requirements for the UK. The good news is this will be an easier process than it used to be, however you'll still need to spend some time making sure your pets are up to date on their rabies vaccines, have all the correct paperwork in order, and are comfortable in their travel crates (among other things).

Pet travel can seem complicated at first glance, so please contact us if you have any more questions or if you'd like a quote for our services. Thanks, and good luck!

 

Pet Travel Question: Is There A UK Pet Quarantine?

Friday, February 8, 2013 by Pet Travel Questions

Name: Jamie
Number of Pets: 1
Pet Type: Dog
Pet Breed: Labrador
From: Atlanta, GA
To: London

Will my dog have to be quarantined in England for any period of time?

Thanks,

Jamie

 

Hi Jamie,


Though it used to be the case, pets coming to the UK from the US no longer face a six month quarantine. It's still necessary to meet a few requirements including a microchip and rabies vaccination, so do allow plenty of time to prepare for the trip.

Take a look at this link for more details about importing your dog to the United Kingdom, and please contact us if you have any questions.

Have a great trip!
 

Pet Move Customer Story: Fido's Move to London

Wednesday, January 16, 2013 by PetRelocation.com Customer

Name: Shasanka
Pet’s Name: Fido
From: Houston, TX, USA
To: London, England

After going through the formalities needed to move pets to the UK, we were convinced that we needed professional help to relocate our Cavalier King Charles Spaniel (Fido) from Houston to London.

One of my colleagues who already moved his pet from Houston to Perth through PetRelocation recommended them to us, and approaching PetRelocation proved to be the best decision that we made for Fido's journey across the Atlantic. Initially we spoke to Lee, and later Tyler took over the responsiblilty of moving Fido.

Tyler was very supportive and assuring and was always available to answer any queries. The process was quite stressful in the sense that we had to cancel his flight booking once and postpone his travel by three weeks. But, the way PetRelocation handled the situation made the whole process smooth and easy.

Fido is finally in London with us and enjoying his stay to the fullest in his new home!! I would certainly go with them again and would highly recommend them to anyone else in a moving situation!