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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…

PetRelocation Volunteers With Forgotten Friends

Because we care about pets all the time, not just when we're at work, recently a few members of the PetRelocation team took some time to support a fabulous local organization called Forgotten Friends. Forgotten Friends helps mixed breed…

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…

Get to Know a PetRelocation Specialist: Meet Penney!

Penney, PetRelocation Vendor Coordinator Update: Back in 2014 we published an Employee Profile of Penney, who worked as a Pet Relocation Specialist at the time. Since then Penney has stepped over to the role of Vendor Coordinator and will be helping…

Exploring The Heathrow Animal Reception Centre

One of the busiest entry ports into the UK, the Heathrow Animal Reception Centre (HARC). It can be hard to know what to expect from facilities like this, but luckily there is quite a bit of information out there…

Do Pets Make International Work Assignments More Successful?

Corporate Travel, Expats & Transporting Pets We came across an interesting BBC Capital article the other day addressing the topic of sending employees abroad. According to the author's sources, many international assignments do not work out, and around 30% of…

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