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Employee Spotlight: Tobi Ditmore

When Tobi Ditmore first interviewed with PetRelocation in April 2013, one quality about her that was immediately evident to the team was her meticulous attention to detail. Nothing slips past her when it comes to the logistics coordination that is an…

Cross Country Pet Travel and COVID -19

COVID-19 has affected people traveling with their pets all over the world. However, it may come as a surprise to you that our furry clients traveling domestically, within the United States, have experienced some of the biggest setbacks. While PetRelocation…

Pet News Round-Up: Preparing for the Unexpected

Preparing for the unexpected has been the main focus in the world pet travel these last few months. As COVID-19 continues to cause disruptions in how pets fly, PetRelocation has worked hard to prepare our clients for any roadblocks that…

Employee Spotlight: Natalie Garinger

The role of relocation coordinator at PetRelocation is not always a walk in the park. It takes dedication and flexibility to be successful in this job. Luckily for us, Natalie Garinger embodies all the traits needed to go that extra…

Flying Pets Into London? Here’s What You Need to Know

September 15, 2020 The Heathrow Animal Reception Center (HARC) at the London Heathrow international airport is one of the busiest animal reception centers in the world. This state of the art facility sees thousands of live animals each year as their highly…

The Rescue Pets of PetRelocation, Part 2!

While the global pandemic we’re all experiencing is a trying time for everyone, there may be one silver lining that remains. In April 2020 we saw a trend of high pet adoption and animal shelters reporting their lowest numbers…

Employee Spotlight: Christina Quezada

Moving pets around the world is a fast-paced job, so we need a marketing team that can keep up and make us look good. Enter Christina Quezada. Christina, our marketing specialists, goes above and beyond to make sure PetRelocation is…

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