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Booking British Airways Pet Travel

Moving a pet to the UK or somewhere in Europe? British Airways may be a good option for you to consider for your pet’s travels and, often times is a top airline choice for PetRelocation.Not sure where…

Booking Air New Zealand Pet Travel

Air New Zealand is yet another safe air travel option for pets. However, unlike other airlines, Air New Zealand will not allow pets to travel in-cabin. While this may seem scary to most pet owners, we have booked many pets…

Booking Emirates Airlines Pet Travel

There are some unique rules for booking pet travel with Emirates Airlines. For example, while regular domesticated cats and dogs aren’t permitted in the cabin, falcons are allowed to travel in-cabin between specific locations.To help navigate through…

Booking Qantas Pet Travel

Moving a pet to Australia or within Australia will most likely lead you to Qantas as a recommended air travel option. Qantas offers a high level of care to traveling pets with their dedicated staff and facilities, which is why…

Booking Delta Airlines Pet Travel

Booking U.S. Domestic vs. International Pet TravelDomestic pet travel within the United States requires that your pet have a travel kennel and a health certificate within 10 days of travel at the very least. However, it is always a…

Bringing Dogs and Cats to the UK - A Simple Guide

The United Kingdom is a frequent destination for pet travel, which is why we cover the rules and requirements for importing pets there often. While there is no quarantine for cats and dogs in the UK if the import steps…

How to Book United Airlines Pet Travel

It’s not every day that you have to book a flight for your pet, which is why this may seem like the most complicated part of your move. What should you expect when contacting the airline?That&rsquo…

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…

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