How to Plan a Pet Move to Hawaii

Name: Jackie
Number of Pets: 2
Pet Type: Cats
Pet Breed: Domestic
From: Long Island, NY
To: Hawaii

 

Dear PetRelocation,

What does your service offer? We are looking to move in about two years and I am very concerned about my cats and the move.

Thanks,

Jackie

 

Hi Jackie,

Thanks for your question, and kudos to you for getting a head start on your move. It's always better to begin planning well in advance of a pet relocation.

Moving pets to Hawaii does mean you'll need to meet a variety of specific requirements and stick to a strict timeline. We've moved many pets to Hawaii safely, however, and when done correctly you may not have to fulfill a quarantine. Take a look at the Hawaii pet import requirements for an idea of what to expect.

If you're interested in our services (we arrange door-to-door pet moves and help with logistics, vet visits, etc.), please contact us for a free quote. We'd be happy to give you an overview of what we offer and what our costs would be.

It's normal to feel concerned at this point, but we find that pet owners quickly begin to feel more confident about the process once they begin learning about how it all works. Take a look at these frequently asked pet travel questions, for example -- they'll hopefully help you to start feeling calmer.

Thanks again for your note, and we look forward to hearing from you soon!
 

Author:

PetRelocation Team

Topic:


Pet:

Cats

Country:

United States, Hawaii

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