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5 Essential Pet Travel Resources

How to Plan a Safe Pet Relocation We know that arranging safe pet transportation internationally or even domestically can be confusing, stressful and overwhelming. If you can relate, here's a quick run-down of the top pet travel resources we…

Pet Travel Advice About a Cat Relocation to New Zealand

Hi PetRelocation, I saw the following information here on your site: “On condition that the following criteria have been fulfilled, the quarantine period for a dog or cat entering New Zealand is 180 days. 170 of these days can be completed in…

Pet Travel Question: Vacationing vs. Relocating With a Dog

Hi PetRelocation, We are not moving internationally, only vacationing for one month. Do the same restrictions apply regarding a microchip? Thanks, Beverly   Hi Beverly, Whether you're moving permanently or just traveling for a vacation, you'll need to…

Top Pet Travel Destinations: Hong Kong FAQs

Hong Kong continues to be a popular destination for pet owners moving for work and adventure, and we are happy to make pet travel to Hong Kong as smooth as possible in spite of the somewhat complicated requirements. Here are…

Can Pets From India Be Imported Into New Zealand?

Shipping Dogs to New Zealand From India Hi PetRelocation, My dog is 1 year old. I got him in Thailand in October of last year. He was vaccinated and microchip implanted before export. My dog is also registered with The Kennel…

Summer Pet Tips: Fourth of July Pet Safety

Keeping Pets Safe During the Fourth of July American Independence Day is coming up, which means parties, barbecues, camping trips and fireworks will be taking place all around the country. Whether you're planning to be in the middle of…

Pet Travel Spotlight: 5 Myths about Pet Travel to Singapore

If you've been following along with our Singapore Pet Travel Series, you've learned about Sembawang Animal Quarantine Station, Singapore FAQs, and how to travel smoothly during the busy summer or holiday season. In our latest installment, we examine…

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