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International Pet Shipping: Going the Extra 1,399 Miles

In her over seven years with PetRelocation, senior sales consultant Evelyn Pearl, has seen just about everything. She knows that sometimes she can put together the most complicated move, and have it executed perfectly. However, there are times when even…

Employee Spotlight: Rebecca Galvan

The role of relocation coordinator at PetRelocation is not always a walk in the park. It takes dedication and flexibility to be successful in this job. Luckily for us, Rebecca Galvan embodies all the traits needed to go that…

Low-Cost Veterinary Services and Pet Travel

We understand that pet care can be expensive. Annual vaccines, check-ups and the occasional veterinary emergency can really put a strain on your budget. Depending on your situation, you may consider bringing your pet to a discount veterinarian to save…

Can I Bring My Pit Bull?

If you’re the proud parent of a pit bull or other breed traditionally considered “aggressive”, you may have heard the phrase “Breed Specific Legislation”. These are rules and regulations that place restrictions on pit…

Employee Spotlight: Kelcey Schafer

Kelcey is one of our International Relocation Coordinators and her specialty is overseeing routes like India to Hong Kong and the Philippines to Malaysia—trips that can be a little more challenging than your average move.  This means not…

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…

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