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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…

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…

Our Thoughts on the United Airlines PetSafe Suspension

In light of the recent events involving United Airlines pet travel and the subsequent suspension of their PetSafe program, we wanted to provide some perspective based on our experiences shipping thousands of pets with them over the past 15 years.First…

Booking Air New Zealand Pet Travel

Air New Zealand is yet another safe air travel option for pets. However, unlike other airlines, Air New Zealand will not allow pets to travel in-cabin. While this may seem scary to most pet owners, we have booked many pets…

Booking Emirates Airlines Pet Travel

There are some unique rules for booking pet travel with Emirates Airlines. For example, while regular domesticated cats and dogs aren’t permitted in the cabin, falcons are allowed to travel in-cabin between specific locations.To help navigate through…

Booking Qantas Pet Travel

Moving a pet to Australia or within Australia will most likely lead you to Qantas as a recommended air travel option. Qantas offers a high level of care to traveling pets with their dedicated staff and facilities, which is why…

Booking Delta Airlines Pet Travel

Booking U.S. Domestic vs. International Pet TravelDomestic pet travel within the United States requires that your pet have a travel kennel and a health certificate within 10 days of travel at the very least. However, it is always a…

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