The United States Transportation for Pets

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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…

Ground Transportation 101

Domestic Travel Limitations: Are You Affected? Many airlines have tightened regulations on several breeds and species that could previously fly via their pet cargo programs within the United States. Consequently, many pet owners were left in search of a feasible…

Five Reasons We Love Working at PetRelocation

When you first walk into the PetRelocation headquarters in Austin, Texas, it’s obvious that this is no ordinary office. Banners are hanging on the walls, dogs greet you as you walk by and there’s a large…

Employee Spotlight: Get to Know Celia Pennington

No two days are alike at PetRelocation, and no two roles are quite the same. This is a company that embraces (and regularly seeks out) change, which means our team must be flexible, adaptable, and positive. Celia Pennington, PetRelocation's…

Is This a Puppy Scam?

Unfortunately, we see an uptick in pet scams during the holidays. Pet scams (or “puppy scams”) can cause a lot of heartache, leaving their victims without a pet and often out of hundreds of dollars. Read below to learn the…

Summer Pet Travel: Airline Embargoes

This blog post was updated on March 3, 2020, 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…

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