Two Large Dogs Move to the UK: Gus and Penny’s Travel Story

Taking the worry out of a pet's move and helping ensure they arrive with smiles on their faces are just a couple of reasons we do what we do. And, for large breeds like Penny and Gus, there can be even more involved in move day preparation (like custom crate builds). See what their owner Carrie had to say about the experience below.

From the very first email through our last, our pet relocation specialists Catie and Natalie were extremely helpful: knowledgeable, thorough, friendly, patient, and professional. They guided us through the custom crate process (as our two dogs are large), the veterinary paperwork, and answered all questions promptly.

The associates that helped with the hands-on move from the US to the UK were friendly, reassuring, and professional. Given our emotions of the move, they were both comforting, patient, and focused on reassuring us as well as - and most importantly - the safety of our dogs. Our two large dogs (aka the loves of our lives) arrived safely and with puppy smiles! We recognize the value of the service that PetRelocation provides. Their expertise is invaluable as the process can be complicated, not to mention emotional.

Of all of the steps involved in an international move, relocating our Penny and Gus was, of course, the part that was most concerning. In all honesty, working with PetRelocation allowed this to be a part of the move we didn't have to worry about. Throughout the process we felt like they had everything under control...and they did!  It was a huge relief to have them. Thank you to all involved in this process and for making this move a success!  Penny and Gus love their new home!

     

Pet Travel Details:

Pet Type: Dog

Pet Breed: Bernese Mountain Dog

Pet Names: Penny and Gus

To: London, England

From: New Jersey, USA

Planning to relocate your dogs (or other pets?). Contact us for a complimentary consultation to see how we can help!

Author:

PetRelocation Team

Topic:

Air Travel

Pet:

Dogs

Country:

UK

Comments

Add a Comment

Name is required

Email is required and must be in the format email@domain.com

Comment is required


Back to top