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Pet News Round-Up: Happy Rescue Stories & Discussing Cargo Travel

Friday, May 13, 2016 by Pet Travel News

Some Canadian airlines relaxed their pet travel rules to help pets evacuate from the Fort McMurray wildfires.

Read about Terra's happy transition from Mexico street dog to pampered Texas pup.

Is cargo travel safe for pets?

Wrapping up our Singapore Pet Travel Spotlight.

A guide to visiting dog friendly Dallas, TX.

 

buster the cockatoo

Enjoy the weekend!

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Singapore Pet Travel Spotlight: Living in Singapore With Pets

Thursday, May 12, 2016 by Top Pet Travel Destinations

Singapore Pet Travel Spotlight Part Five

To finish up our Singapore Pet Travel Spotlight, we're pausing to take a look at a very important (and maybe the most exciting) aspect of the pet relocation process: what happens after the move!

Once you've completed the travel process and your pet is home from Singapore quarantine, it'll be time to settle in. Not only will you need to figure out the basics (food, supplies, a veterinarian), you can also look forward to having fun in one of the most pet friendly cities in the world.

Singapore is...

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Pet News Round-Up: Travel Guides & 'Paw-ternity' Leave

Friday, May 6, 2016 by Pet Travel News

We're diving deep into Singapore pet travel -- take a look at our guide for success

Should new pet owners get "paw-ternity" leave?

Visiting pet friendly Atlanta.

Tips for safe pet travel to and from China.

Cute dog video: Henry is home with his family in Cancun!

 

Bruno in New Jersey

Happy Friday, happy weekend!

 

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Pet Travel Spotlight: 5 Myths about Pet Travel to Singapore

Thursday, May 5, 2016 by Top Pet Travel Destinations

singapore pet travel spotlight part four

If you've been following along with our Singapore Pet Travel Series, you've learned about Sembawang Animal Quarantine Station, Singapore FAQs, and how to travel smoothly during the busy summer or holiday season.

In our latest installment, we examine some of the most common misconceptions about this relocation process. There's quite a bit of misinformation out there, so let's clear up a few myths about pet travel to Singapore!

Myth #1: All pets must undergo a 30 day quarantine upon arrival in...

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Pet Relocation Spotlight: Holiday & Summer Singapore Pet Travel

Tuesday, May 3, 2016 by Top Pet Travel Destinations

singapore pet travel spotlight part three

Congratulations on your upcoming move to Singapore! To help clear up any questions about the relocation process, thus far in our Singapore Pet Travel Spotlight series we've discussed the frequently asked questions of pet travelers and took a close look at the details of Singapore's pet quarantine requirements.

As we continue on, we'll now review some of the factors that can make importing pets to Singapore surprisingly tricky -- namely planning a pet relocation when high volume or office closures...

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Singapore Pet Travel Question: Breed Bans and Import Rules

Monday, May 2, 2016 by Pet Travel Questions

Dear Sir or Madam,

Next year we'll probably move from Belgium to Singapore, but my research indicated that some breeds are forbidden. Since two of my dogs are strays, they can't be categorized under a certain breed (they are from Serbia and Greece but are completely checked, microchipped, etc. Everything is correct).

Do you think this might be a problem?

Kind Regards,
Valerie

 

Hi Valerie,

Thanks for your questions! Singapore is very particular about pet import rules, but with the right preparations...

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Pet News Round-Up: Jet Setting Pets & Singapore Pet Travel Advice

Friday, April 29, 2016 by Pet Travel News

Moving to Singapore with your pet? Read our Singapore pet relocation tips.

Mother's Day gifts for pet owners via The New York Times.

What to know about pet air travel via Town and Country Magazine.

The best pet friendly houseplants.

Catch up with the latest globetrotting pet travel stories!

 

max the pug

Have a good weekend, pet lovers!

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Pet Travel Spotlight: Singapore Pet Quarantine Rules & Advice

Thursday, April 28, 2016 by Top Pet Travel Destinations

singapore pet travel spotlight part two

In Part Two of PetRelocation's Singapore Spotlight Series, we take a close look at one of the most challenging aspects of moving pets here: Singapore pet quarantine.

Does your dog or cat need to go to quarantine upon arrival in Singapore? If so, for how long? What are the conditions like? Read on for our top Singapore animal quarantine tips, and if you're ready to get started building your pet's move plan, contact us to set up a consultation.

Singapore Pet Quarantine Requirements

As we discussed in...

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Top Pet Travel Destinations: Singapore Pet Travel FAQs

Wednesday, April 27, 2016 by Top Pet Travel Destinations

singapore pet travel spotlight part one

Moving to Singapore with a pet can seem overwhelming at first (especially because you're probably busy planning all the details of your own relocation), but with the right preparation and assistance it can be a smooth transition. 

In the first installment of our Singapore Pet Travel Spotlight, we take a look at a few of the most frequently asked questions about the Singapore pet import process and share advice gathered from our pet relocation experts. Read on to get started in the right...

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Top Pet Travel Destinations: Singapore Spotlight

Wednesday, April 27, 2016 by Top Pet Travel Destinations

Singapore Pet Travel Spotlight

Singapore is known for being a near utopia thanks to its modern amenities, impeccably clean landscape, tropical climate, and prospering financial scene. It's a melting pot of cultures and a popular place for expats, who often bring their pets when they relocate here for work or fun.

Is a pet relocation to Singapore in your future? If so, we're here to help! Our five part Singapore Spotlight Series includes information about preparing pets for travel, import rules, Singapore pet quarantine...

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Incredible Experiences: Diesel & Dash's Pet Relocation to Singapore

Monday, April 18, 2016 by PetRelocation.com Customer

Diesel & Dash"Journey to Singapore"

These two little guys have gone from rags to riches. Once homeless dogs out on the street, we took the little guys into our home in Houston. Then, work called and let me know I needed to relocate to Singapore.

I had no idea how we would get them there, but I knew they had to join my wife and I. Thankfully, we got in touch with Mandy at PetRelocation and they were able to make the process effortless. From getting all of the paperwork together that the vet would need to...

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Pet Move of the Month: Gabo's Move From Puerto Rico to Singapore

Tuesday, April 5, 2016 by PetRelocation.com Customer

GaboMeet Gabo, our April Pet Move of the Month! We had fun getting to know Gabo the English Bulldog during the weeks before his move from Puerto Rico to Singapore, and because he has such a great story (not to mention such a cute face), we thought all of our readers would like to meet him, too.

Read on to find out how he got ready for his relocation, what his mom did to prepare, and how they're doing now. Thanks to Gabo and his loving owner Vanessa for sharing their move and their story with us!

What...

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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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Year In Review: 6 Top Pet Travel Stories of 2015

Wednesday, December 30, 2015 by Pet Travel News

pack of cute dogsThe pet travel industry is an exciting place to be because it's in a constant state of change -- mostly for the better. Here's a look at 2015's biggest events and signals of evolution in air travel, country import rules and cultural attitudes.

1. Australia quarantine was big news this year -- because we move so many pets here, we compiled all you need to know about the new quarantine facility and the future of pet imports to the country.

2. Singapore is an increasingly popular destination for...

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Pet News Round-Up: Happy Friday, Pet Lovers!

Friday, November 13, 2015 by PetRelocation.com Master

We hosted a happy reunion at our office this week -- here's Martin going crazy to see his owner for the first time in four days!

Speaking of reunions, here are the latest pet travel stories from our blog.

Find out more about The Ark at JFK.

Australia pet travelers share their stories.

Video: this skateboarding Bulldog broke a world record.

Moving a dog to Singapore? This new rule may affect you.

 

Francis

Have a good weekend!

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Pet Travel to Singapore & Dog Breed Restrictions

Wednesday, November 11, 2015 by Pet Travel Questions

Hi PetRelocation,

Are there any restrictions for moving and owning a dog in Singapore?

Thanks,

Michelle

 

 

Hi Michelle,

Thank you for submitting a question to us. Singapore is somewhat strict when it comes to importing pets and keeping certain breeds of dogs. That doesn't mean it'll be impossible to move your German Shepherd there, but you'll need to be aware of a few things.

First, please look over the pet import rules for Singapore. Note there is a 10-day minimum quarantine upon arrival and the...

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Pet Travel Update: Singapore Dog License Requirements

Tuesday, November 10, 2015 by Pet Travel News

LuluImporting pets to Singapore requires a significant amount of preparation, and we've recently learned of an additional detail that will affect pets traveling here.

Beginning January, 1, 2016, all dogs entering Singapore will need to apply for the required dog license before they can apply for an official import permit.

Currently all dogs over three months old must be licensed to remain in Singapore, and pet owners must have a residential Singapore address to obtain the license. This complies with...

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Moving Pets to Singapore From Italy

Monday, November 2, 2015 by Pet Travel Questions

Hi PetRelocation,

Is a quarantine mandatory for a cat moving from Italy to Singapore?

Thanks,

Fifre

 

Hi Fifre,

Thank you for your question! Singapore is rabies free and is stricter than many other countries when it comes to importing pets, so yes, pets entering Singapore from Italy will need to undergo quarantine upon arrival. Depending on your cat's status in terms of vaccinations fulfilled and requirements met, this quarantine period will be between 10 and 30 days.

For more details about this...

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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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Incredible Experiences: Four Dogs, One Big Journey to California

Thursday, October 8, 2015 by PetRelocation.com Customer

Liza, Logan, Flora, Raine"Moving our FOUR Dogs Cross Country!"

We recently moved from Westchester, NY to the East Bay area of San Francisco for my husband's job.

I was originally thinking about driving the dogs across the country myself because I was worried about the dogs riding in the belly of an airplane. My husband explained that the dogs would be just as stressed or maybe more riding in our mini-van across the country, and instead of being stressed for 6 hours on the plane they would be stressed for at least 5 days...

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