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Employee Spotlight: Get to Know Nina Faber

Nina, our senior relocation coordinator for team Australia, is a joy to work with. So many of her clients have expressed how much they've enjoyed working with her. We have to say, we agree! Nina's positivity shines bright…

Why You Should Hire a Professional Pet Shipper

Whether you’re embarking on a new personal journey, returning home, or taking on a job assignment overseas, moving is a big undertaking with a lot of checklists and timelines. Add a pet (or multiple pets) into the mix,…

Five Reasons We Love Working at PetRelocation

When you first walk into the PetRelocation headquarters in Austin, Texas, it’s obvious that this is no ordinary office. Banners are hanging on the walls, dogs greet you as you walk by and there’s a large…

Employee Spotlight: Get to Know Celia Pennington

No two days are alike at PetRelocation, and no two roles are quite the same. This is a company that embraces (and regularly seeks out) change, which means our team must be flexible, adaptable, and positive. Celia Pennington, PetRelocation's…

Coronavirus: Will It Affect Your Pet’s Travel Plans?

At PetRelocation, our number one priority is moving pets safely around the world—a task that requires us to keep a constant pulse on the changes affecting pet travel. Sometimes these changes are weather embargoes, airline strikes, or regulatory…

Employee Spotlight: Get to Know Garrett Breaux

Moving pets around the world takes a lot of energy. Luckily, Garret Breaux, PetRelocation specialist for the EU team, has energy in abundance. Garret puts everything he has into making each one of his clients feel special and…

Bringing Dogs and Cats into Japan: A Simple Guide

So, you’re moving to Japan—how exciting! However, if you have started to research the process of importing pets, you may be feeling a little overwhelmed. Japan is a designated rabies-free country. This means the rules are…

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