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Top 10 Things to Consider When Moving With a Pet

PetRelocation's marketing specialist, Christina Quezada, recently shared some pet travel tips in Worldwide ERC's May edition of Mobility Magazine. Read below to learn what to (and not to) do when preparing to travel or move successfully with…

A Simple Guide to China Pet Travel

  NEW REQUIREMENTS AS OF MAY 1, 2019 This blog post was updated to reflect a change in import requirements. Please read below to see if these changes apply to you.   RELOCATING PETS IN AND OUT OF CHINA Moving your 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…

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…

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…

United No Longer Accepting Pit Bulls and Other Breeds

For pet owners relocating breeds considered strong-jawed or snub-nosed (and those with a pet species other than a cat or dog), moving a furry family member across the United States is now a little trickier. United Airlines—previously a…

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