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Airline Denied Your Emotional Support Animal? What Now?

In December 2020, the US Department of Transportation made the announcement that they no longer classify emotional support animals as essential service animals and therefore, airlines are no longer required to accept them to travel in-cabin with their owners, for little…

Pet Partner Spotlight: Magic CarPet Rides!

Here at PetRelocation, we cannot be all over the world at once. So, a huge part of what we do is cultivate relationships with pet industry pros from every part of the globe. A pet partner goes through a significant…

Pet Travel and the Pandemic: Coronavirus Story Round-Up!

Moving pets has never been as straightforward as you may think. Taking your furry friends around the world has always presented some challenges but, after COVID-19 changed everything, for a moment, it seemed like pet travel may not be possible.…

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…

Is This a Puppy Scam?

During the coronavirus pandemic, the United States has seen a huge uptick in pet adoption. That's great news. However, while many shelters have seen their lowest numbers ever, pet scams are also reaching their highest numbers in 2020.   Pet…

Preparing Pets for Natural Disasters: Do You Have A Plan?

Hurricane season is here and if you live in a coastal state, hurricanes and flooding are realities that require planning. In recent years, the United States has seen a number of natural disasters that caused hundreds of people to evacuate…

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