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Should I Sedate My Cat?

Cats are not known for their adaptability to new environments. By nature they are aloof and cautious. A lot of people think that sedation for travel is the best solution for a cat that has rarely traveled and may already…

Pet Relocation Trends and Best Practices

From emerging trends in the pet travel landscape to best practices for pet travel prep, PetRelocation recently shared some expert advice on important industry changes and how to make the move go as smoothly as possible.Read the full…

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…

Booking Your Own Pet Travel: the Airline Guide

Doing it on your own?There are several options for booking domestic and international pet travel. The best airline option will depend on your pet’s breed, your destination, and routing options, among other factors.Some pet owners find…

Bringing Dogs and Cats to New Zealand - A Simple Guide

Planning pet travel to New Zealand can be overwhelming at first glance, but if you allow enough time to carefully map out the requirements and routing, you can successfully manage your pet’s move.Because the import process is…

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…

Bringing Dogs and Cats to Australia - A Simple Guide

We’ve mentioned a few times that bringing a cat or dog to Australia can be a complicated and lengthy process, taking careful planning and attention to detail to handle successfully.While we’ve covered Australia in our…

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