Behind the Scenes at PetRelocation: How We Transport Pets Successfully

As the world of pet travel continually evolves, it is even more important for our team at PetRelocation to stay on top of the latest updates with airlines, country regulations, and much more.

That's why our Strategic Accounts Manager, Ashley Myers, was happy to share her own personal insights with Mobility, our industry's magazine, after working over 6 years at PetRelocation. This October 2017 edition article offers strategies for staying organized and on top of an ever-changing industry, while also dealing with the sensitivity of moving furry family members. 

If you have an upcoming move and are considering hiring a professional service to help, we invite you to read on to hear how much heart and planning PetRelocation puts into each move. 

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PetRelocation Team

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Ask the Experts, News

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Dogs

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By Richard Belafi on October 9, 2017 at 4:53 pm

We would like to travel from Montreal Canada to Malaga Spain for vacation with our Weimaner (1 year old in March 2018. Is it possible to travel on a commercial airline with a dog this size (will be approx 80 lbs by March 2018. Any advise?Thanks
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By bethany@petrelocation.com on October 10, 2017 at 9:35 am

Hello Richard, thanks for the question!

Yes, it is possible to travel on a commercial airline with your dog! Keep in mind you will either need to book your dog as cargo or excess baggage. If you're worried about what cargo is like for pets, we would recommend reading this blog for more information.

Also, look into booking your dog with a pet-friendly airline like Lufthansa. We have an excellent blog covering how to book your pet with them here.

If you need further help, please don't hesitate to reach out to us here.
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