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6 Tips for Safe and Easy Fall Pet Travel

Smart Tips for 6 Fall Pet Travel Scenarios Being a dedicated pet owner means being ready for anything. No matter what the next few months hold for you, take a minute to look over our favorite travel tips for fall to…

Can Two Pets Travel in One Crate When Flying?

Your pets are best friends. They go everywhere together: they shop at the pet store, comfort each other at the vet's office, and more often than not they even share a bed. Many pet owners love seeing their pets…

Video: Explore the Lufthansa Animal Lounge in Frankfurt

Pet travel by air is safer and more transparent than ever before, but the details and processes can still feel mysterious, especially if you're planning your very first pet shipping experience. That makes it great to see videos like…

Behind the Scenes at the Air France-KLM Animal Hotel

Air France KLM Animal Hotel in Amsterdam PetRelocation has a few preferred airlines when it comes to planning safe moves for our clients' pets, and one of them is KLM—read on to see why. Imagine a place at the…

Malaysia Pet Travel: Kuala Lumpur Animal Quarantine Station

Pet Travel to Malaysia and Kuala Lumpur Quarantine Station We've helped many clients with the relocation of their family pet to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and are often asked about the Quarantine Station and the conditions of stay for their…

Pet News Round-Up: Globetrotting Pet Updates

Montreal's controversial Pit Bull ban. Meet a few (cute) globetrotting pets. The LA Times discusses emotional support animals and flying. Check out the pet relief area at JFK. Meet Ashley, on of our senior pet travel experts, and the…

Pet Transport Advice on Transiting and Layovers

Hello There, I will be traveling with my dog from Chicago to Israel and will stop in Austria for two hours. Should my dog be vaccinated for Tapeworm? Is this a requirement by the Austrian authorities? He recently got his…

Pet Travel Question: What is the EU 998?

Hi PetRelocation, My vet tells me that all I need to get my dog into Germany is the International Health Certificate, European Microchip, and proof of vaccinations. However I'm reading on the internet that I also need the EU…

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