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Preparing for Dog and Cat Travel to the UK

Hi PetRelocation, I am relocating from Philadelphia to the UK and would like to know what I will need to do to get my animals home safely. I brought them both out here in 2010 and I would like to…

Traveling With a Lhasa Apso to the United States

Hi PetRelocation,I'm planning to move with my 5-year-old Lhasa Apso to Boston around the second week of August. From whatever information I could gather on the internet so far, KLM and Lufthansa seem to be the most recommended…

Tips for Traveling Safely with Aggressive Dogs

Can a Snub-Nosed Dog With Aggression Issues Fly to Australia?  Hi PetRelocation, We have moved to Australia and are eager to now bring our pet Pekingese here. How safe will it be for him to travel in…

Dog Travel to Canada from the United Kingdom

Name: Ann From: UK To: Toronto, Canada Pet: Mordecai: Pug/Shepherd mix (Approx, 37lbs, 3 1/2 years old)Dear PetRelocation, My daughter and her dog left Canada two years ago for Edinburgh, Scotland to go to the university there. Mordecai went…

Snub-Nosed Breeds & Travel: Leaving Hawaii with a Pug

Name: Susan Number of Pets: Two Pet Type: Dogs Pet Breed: Pug and Bull Mastiff From: Hawaii To: California Dear PetRelocation,We live in a “code orange” area, which means a disaster area, on the Big Island of Hawaii.…

Tips for Dog Travel to Singapore

Name: Fiona Number of Pets: 1 Pet Type: Dog Pet Breed: Pug From: Melbourne, Australia To: Singapore Hi All,I have been offered a 2 year contract in Singapore and wanted to know how long the quarantine would be for my…

How to Transport Pugs Safely

Planning Safe Air Travel With a PugDear PetRelocation,Hi! I got so happy to know that there is a company like this to help pet owners. I would like to know if it would be possible to safely transport…

Surgical Procedure for Helping Bulldogs Fly More Safely

Snub-nosed breeds like Pugs, English Bulldogs and Shih-Tzus are some of the most popular dog breeds. Unfortunately, these short-nosed (also known as “brachycephalic”) dogs are often at risk when flying or traveling because of the difficulty they can have when…

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