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

At PetRelocation, our number one priority is moving pets safely around the world—a task that requires us to keep a constant pulse on the changes affecting pet travel. Sometimes these changes are weather embargoes, airline strikes, or regulatory…

Shipping Large Dogs: What to Know and Expect

PetRelocation loves pets of all shapes and sizes. However, if you are planning your relocation and have a large or strong-jawed breed of dog, this can pose some unique obstacles. Here’s what you need to know before…

Pets and People on the Move

We recently surveyed pet owners around the world to gauge how pet households are living and how they view relocating with their pets in 2019. PetRelocation's Marketing Specialist, Christina Quezada, recently shared some tips & statistics about the pet…

Summer Pet Travel: Everything to Know Before You Go

Whether you’re moving across the country, across the world, or just taking a trip with your furbaby or feathered friend this summer, there’s a lot to consider. Pet travel can be especially tricky when you&rsquo…

Summer Pet Travel: Airline Embargoes

This blog post was updated on 06/17/2019 to reflect the most recent information we have on summer airline embargoes. Transporting pets during the summer can be a little extra challenging due to the possibility of high temperatures and resulting airline embargoes. …

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…

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…

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