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Flying Pets Into London? Here’s What You Need to Know

September 15, 2020 The Heathrow Animal Reception Center (HARC) at the London Heathrow international airport is one of the busiest animal reception centers in the world. This state of the art facility sees thousands of live animals each year as their highly…

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…

Pet News Round-Up: Travel Solutions and Lovable Rescues

Ground Transportation is a phrase that many pet parents have learned in 2020. With many airlines restricting departures and arrivals to a select few airports, and with major domestic airlines canceling their pet programs, more families are taking road trips with…

Moving to Australia with Pets in 2020? Read This First!

If you’re planning a move to Australia, you are likely already aware of the strict import requirements pets must meet. One such requirement is that live animals must first enter Australia through Melbourne to begin their quarantine. There…

Understanding Three Common Pet Travel Obstacles

It would be great if everything always went according to plan. It would be really great if everything went according to plan when it came to arranging a move across the country or world for your pets. However, that&rsquo…

Coronavirus: Will It Affect Your Pet’s Travel Plans?

On December 30th, 2019, the first recorded case of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) was identified in Wuhan, China as the cause of an outbreak of respiratory illness. As of today (June 5, 2020), there have been over 13 million reported cases …

COVID-19 and Pet Transport Services

As we monitor the coronavirus situation and changes impacting travel worldwide, one thing will remain constant (and has since Angie and I founded PetRelocation in 2004)—your pets are our priority. Although we are currently unable to complete most pet…

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