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Ground Transportation 101

Domestic Travel Limitations: Are You Affected? In 2018, many airlines tightened regulations on several breeds and species that could previously fly via their pet cargo programs within the United States. Consequently, many pet owners were left in search of a feasible…

Bringing Dogs and Cats to the EU - A Simple Guide

So, you’re moving to Europe? Paris! Brussels! Amsterdam! How exciting! We want to make this journey with your best friend, your pet! We have good news: If the import steps are followed correctly there is no quarantine for…

Crate Training Tips and Tricks!

Some lucky pet owners have an easy time acclimating their pets to their travel crates. However, not all furry friends immediately love their travel crates. If your pet needs some extra help, not to worry! Here are a few…

Separation Anxiety

As you prepare for your upcoming journey, life at home starts to look a little different. New people are coming and going, there are cardboard boxes, suitcases and the smell of change in the air. If you have a pet…

Booking Your Own Pet Travel: the Airline Guide

Doing it on your own? There are several options for booking domestic and international pet travel. The best airline option will depend on your pet’s breed, your destination, and routing options, among other factors. Some pet owners find…

Bringing Dogs and Cats to New Zealand - A Simple Guide

Planning pet travel to New Zealand can be overwhelming at first glance, but if you allow enough time to carefully map out the requirements and routing, you can successfully manage your pet’s move. Because the import process is…

Booking British Airways Pet Travel

Moving a pet to the UK or somewhere in Europe? British Airways may be a good option for you to consider for your pet’s travels and, often times is a top airline choice for PetRelocation. Not sure where…

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