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Coronavirus: Will It Affect Your Pet’s Travel Plans?

On December 30th, 2019, the first recorded case of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) was identified in Wuhan, China as the cause of an outbreak of respiratory illness. As of today (March 26, 2020), there have been over seven hundred thousand reported…

Employee Spotlight: Get to Know Ananda Holton

Smart, efficient, and cool under pressure. Three qualities that are critical when your job is moving pets all around the world. Lucky for us, that's exactly how we'd describe senior international relocation coordinator, Ananda Holton. Ananda makes even…

Employee Spotlight: Get to Know Catie Cox

The sales consultants of PetRelocation are quick on their feet. Not only do they need to be prepared to discuss pet travel logistics for dogs, cats and other family pets looking to travel all over the world, they must…

Employee Spotlight: Get to Know Nina Faber

Nina, our senior relocation coordinator for team Australia, is a joy to work with. So many of her clients have expressed how much they've enjoyed working with her. We have to say, we agree! Nina's positivity shines bright…

Why You Should Hire a Professional Pet Shipper

Whether you’re embarking on a new personal journey, returning home, or taking on a job assignment overseas, moving is a big undertaking with a lot of checklists and timelines. Add a pet (or multiple pets) into the mix,…

Five Reasons We Love Working at PetRelocation

When you first walk into the PetRelocation headquarters in Austin, Texas, it’s obvious that this is no ordinary office. Banners are hanging on the walls, dogs greet you as you walk by and there’s a large…

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