Number of Pets: 2
Pet Type: Dog
Pet Breed: Newfoundland
From: California, USA
I'm Planning a move to Denmark in the next 2-4 weeks.
Dog #1: 17 months, born in the USA and updated with all vaccines (last saw a vet in late Aug. 2014), has a microchip.
Dog#2; 3 months, born in Denmark and arrived in the US in late Aug. 2014 with papers and the EU Passport for dogs (last saw a vet a few days after arrival), has a microchip.
1. What documents, etc. do I need to transport the dogs?
2. What is the cost?
3. What airline will you be using (I can fly out of San Francisco, Oakland, Sacramento and as last resort Los Angeles)?
4. I will have a friend pick up the dogs in Denmark as I want then transported as soon as possible while I arrange the move.
It sounds like you have a great start, and we'd love to assist you with planning the rest of your move. First, if you think you'd like to find out more about our door-to-door services, please call us at 1-877-PET-MOVE or fill out our free quote form as soon as it's convenient (since your move is coming up pretty quickly).
Now, here is a link to the pet import requirements for Denmark. Feel free to look over them carefully to make sure that you are prepared to meet them all. We typically use KLM or Lufthansa for flights to Europe, and we have flown pets between SFO and CPH so that would most likely be an option for you. (A Specialist will be able to tell you more about your options once they hear more details from you.)
The cost will also depend on knowing a few more things—the weight and height of your dogs, for example. You'll also need airline-approved travel crates for each dog, which will factor into the price if you don't have any yet.
Please review this information and then let us know if you'd like further help. Either way, have a safe and smooth relocation to Denmark!