Cats, dogs, guinea pigs, and horses. Those are just a few kinds of the pets we've moved here at PetRelocation, and we love that we're able to assist such a diverse group of customers.
Though the procedures can vary based on country-specific import requirements and the sizes and needs of the animals themselves, every day we talk to people who can't imagine leaving their pets behind when something like a new job throws a big change into the mix.
Big or small, furry or feathered, the pets we end up assisting do tend to have one thing in common: they're well-loved and treated as part of the family.
In case you're curious to find out more, here's a breakdown of the top breeds we moved last year.
Pet Moves by PetRelocation (2012)
1. Domestic Short Hair Cat: 377
2. Labrador Retriever: 125
3. Tabby Cat: 53
4. Domestic Longhair Cat: 51
5. German Shepherd: 40
6. Golden Retriever: 29
7. Chihuahua: 28
8. & 9. (tie) Dachshund / Boxer: 25
10. Australian Shepherd: 20
We also moved over 10 each of the following: Pugs, Goldendoodles, Maltese, Shih Tzu, Beagles, Yorkies, Border Collies, Persian cats, and a few more. Of course there were several mixed and specialty breeds as well, along with a couple ferrets, rabbits, and even a chinchilla.
No day is ever the same here at PetRelocation, and we can't wait to see what the rest of 2013 brings. Please contact us if you have questions about moving your own pet—even if you have a special case, it's probably nothing we haven't heard before. Happy traveling, everyone!