Not only did we notice several emerging pet travel trends and interesting stories in 2013, we had our fair share of notable events as a company, too. From professional achievements to lighter moments, it was an eventful year all around.
If you want to know more about the people of PetRelocation and what some of our favorite memories were, take a look at these fun highlights.
1. We celebrated Take Your Dog to Work Day, of course. We're firm believers that pets make a great addition to the workplace. That being said, it's important to have a few simple rules in place to help keep things under control.
2. Pet Moves by the numbers: Top breeds moved by PetRelocation. We stopped to take a look at which species and breeds are most commonly relocated by our company.
3. We hosted a Yappy Hour during SXSW. Austin turns into one big party every March, and in 2013 we decided to join the fun and raise some money for a good cause by throwing a shindig of our own.
4. PetRelocation makes the Inc. 500 list of fastest growing private companies. The pet industry is growing rapidly and we are, too. Once again this year, we had the honor of being recognized by Inc. Magazine as a quickly growing company. Thanks to everyone who helped make this possible!
5. Meet the "dogglegangers" of PetRelocation. Do you kind of look like your pet? Some of us here at PetRelocation certainly do...
6. Awesome dog video: Rossie is reunited with her family. This is just one example of the many heartwarming reunions we arranged this year. This is what it's all about, no doubt.
8. PetRelocation ranked #39 on the ICIC list of fastest growing inner city businesses. It's fun being a globally-oriented company but we do love being headquartered in downtown Austin.
9. We were introduced to the most stylish cat travel crates we've ever seen! Our clients can be pretty cool people -- just take a look at how this cat lover brightened up the travel process with some color and creativity.
10. PetRelocation Trivia. What better way to use the specialized world pet travel info we have in our brains than for a little friendly competition?
Stryker, one of our office pups.