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Five Common Misconceptions About Pet Travel

Traveling with pets, whether you're handling the details yourself or hiring experts to help you, can be an overwhelming experience for many reasons.The fact is, though, there are many misconceptions about pet travel, and clearing them up will…

Pet Travel Question: Snub-Nosed Dog Air Travel

Hi PetRelocation,It seems that many airlines do not allow pug nosed breeds to fly in the cargo holds. Which airlines do/would you use? It is possible to get a direct flight?Sophie will panic if I am not…

5 Tips for Traveling Safely with Snub-Nosed Breeds

Pugs, English Bulldogs, Boston Terriers, Persian cats and other snub-nosed (or brachycephalic) pets require special care when it comes to air travel.These breeds are more susceptible to heat stroke and breathing problems when exposed to stress or high temperatures…

Moving With Your Pet? Start Here

Moving soon?Whether your company is transferring you to Singapore for two years or you're retiring to Mexico, we can help you find your way!Our team of experts has experience moving pets all over the world, and we'…

Flying Internationally with Restricted Dog Breeds

Hi PetRelocation,I've been researching individual airline guidelines for transporting dogs, and have found that the restricted breeds are often subtitled "brachycephalic or snub-nosed breeds," which I thought referred to dogs such as Pugs and English Bulldogs.However, pure…

Traveling With a Pug to California

Hi PetRelocation, I would like to know if any airlines transport pugs in the cargo compartment around Sept. 30. I know that traveling with this breed of pet can be a challenge and I've seen conflicting info in the…

Preparing for Dog and Cat Travel to the UK

Hi PetRelocation, I am relocating from Philadelphia to the UK and would like to know what I will need to do to get my animals home safely. I brought them both out here in 2010 and I would like to…

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