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Should I Sedate My Cat?

Cats are not known for their adaptability to new environments. By nature they are aloof and cautious. A lot of people think that sedation for travel is the best solution for a cat that has rarely traveled and may already…

Pet Relocation Trends and Best Practices

From emerging trends in the pet travel landscape to best practices for pet travel prep, PetRelocation recently shared some expert advice on important industry changes and how to make the move go as smoothly as possible. Read the full…

Australia Pet Quarantine Update for 2017

October 9, 2017 Are you planning to move to Australia with your pets within the next few months? Here's an update for you. We were recently informed that Australia's Post Entry Quarantine facility in Melbourne won't be accepting pets…

The Best Pet Transport Options for Military Members

Are you a military member facing a relocation? We know this can be an overwhelming experience, especially if you don't have much time to plan and are juggling your pet's logistics as well as your own. The good…

How to Transport Pets to the EU From Unlisted Countries

Pets traveling to the EU from a country that the EU considers 'unlisted' can still carry out a safe move, however, a little more planning time may be necessary. The process usually takes about four months from start to finish,…

Your Summer Pet Travel Guide: Six Helpful Resources

Relocating is always a challenge, and transporting pets during the summer can be especially tricky due to warm temperatures and busy airports. Want to make sure your pet's upcoming journey goes as well as possible? Here are a few…

Air Travel Tips From Experienced Pet Travelers

Though negative news stories about pet air travel often make the rounds, official statistics show that over 99% of pets travel safely. That being said, we completely understand the nervousness that surrounds shipping pets by air because we talk to pet…

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