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Bringing Dogs and Cats into Japan: A Simple Guide

So, you’re moving to Japan—how exciting! However, if you have started to research the process of importing pets, you may be feeling a little overwhelmed. Japan is a designated rabies-free country. This means the rules are…

PetRelocation Spotlight: Get to Know Katy Payne!

If you have moved to Australia or New Zealand with your pets, then you know it's no easy task. If you have moved to either of these countries with the assistance of PetRelocation in the last few years,…

Shipping A Pet: Manifest Cargo vs Excess Baggage

If you are starting to research the logistics of moving your pet, you may be feeling a little nervous. One of the most common and emotionally charged questions we receive is about how pets travel. In our 16 years of relocating…

2019 In Review: The PetRelocation Story!

2019 was an amazing year for the PetRelocation team both professionally and personally. We continued to grow and learn all about the journeys our clients and their pets took around the world while also celebrating our own milestones. Join us as…

PetRelocation Volunteers with Central Texas Food Bank

PetRelocation is located in Austin, Texas and we love our community. Austin is fun, weird, and most importantly a city focused on caring about each other. That’s why PetRelocation, as a company, makes it an ongoing mission to…

PetRelocation’s Top Pet Names of 2019!

1,916. That’s the number of pets we helped to relocate to their new homes this year. That’s 1,916 journeys across the country or world in 2019. As the year draws to a close, we wanted to reflect on…

Shipping Large Dogs: What to Know and Expect

PetRelocation loves pets of all shapes and sizes. However, if you are planning your relocation and have a large or strong-jawed breed of dog, this can pose some unique obstacles. Here’s what you need to know before…

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