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COVID-19 and Pet Transport Services

As we monitor the coronavirus situation and changes impacting travel worldwide, one thing will remain constant (and has since Angie and I founded PetRelocation in 2004)—your pets are our priority. Although we are currently unable to complete most pet…

Shipping A Pet: Manifest Cargo vs Excess Baggage

If you are starting to research the logistics of moving your pet, you may be feeling a little nervous. One of the most common and emotionally charged questions we receive is how pets travel—especially if they will…

Shipping Large Dogs: What to Know and Expect

PetRelocation loves pets of all shapes and sizes. However, if you are planning your relocation and have a large or strong-jawed breed of dog, this can pose some unique obstacles. Here’s what you need to know before…

Pets and People on the Move

We recently surveyed pet owners around the world to gauge how pet households are living and how they view relocating with their pets in 2019. PetRelocation's Marketing Specialist, Christina Quezada, recently shared some tips & statistics about the pet…

Kennel Club LAX: A Luxury Layover for Pets on the Move!

When we route our clients through Los Angeles—oftentimes on cross-continental moves to places like Australia and New Zealand—we love booking their pets’ layover stays at Kennel Club LAX! We’ve always had a great…

Summer Pet Travel: Airline Embargoes

This blog post was updated on March 3, 2020, to reflect the most recent information we have on summer airline embargoes. Transporting pets during the summer can be a little extra challenging due to the possibility of high temperatures and resulting airline…

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