Flying a dog: requirements

Requirements to fly a dog can sometimes be daunting, but getting the right and up to date information can help you through the process. First and foremost, no matter where you are shipping a dog, you will need vaccination records, a health certificate from your veterinarian, an airline approved crate and a reservation on a… View Article

Moving a Great Dane: Dane’s Relocation

“Dane”, the Great Dane moved from DFW to Frankfurt. Since Great Danes are very large dogs it is usually necessary to build a custom crate so they can travel comfortably. Dane’s custom crate took two weeks being completed for his journey. Measurements of a dog are very important when it comes to picking the proper travel… View Article
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Dog moving to Hawaii: Chico’s relocation

Chico’s family moved to Hawaii for a new job. Planning ahead of time makes all the difference in a dog move to Hawaii. Chico was able to stay with friends while his parents moved ahead of him. With the right paperwork and documents he was able to skip lengthy quarantines in Hawaii. Hawaii is rabies-free… View Article
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Flying a snub nosed dog breed

A snub nosed dog breed is a term used to describe dogs that have a shorter than normal snout, also called brachycephalic. Some examples of short nosed breeds are Bulldogs, Pugs, Boston terriers, Shih tzus, lhasa Apsos, Pit Bull Terriers, Chow Chow, Mastiffs, Boxers, Pekingese, etc. Short snout dog’s noses and sinuses are compressed, causing… View Article
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Carry on pet travel VS. cargo pet shipping expert

  We are often asked why choosing a pet shipping expert is a better choice for relocating than a carry on pet. The following comparison can hopefully clear up some of the main points. Carry on pet  VS.  Shipping with pet travel expert *In cabin pet weight limit is 22lbs VS. *No weight limit for pets… View Article
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Top tips for military moves with pets.

1. Find out the pet shipping requirements for the country you are moving to. Many countries have rules and regulations that are specific to that place, including pet quarantines and titer testing. A pet shipping expert will be able to provide all the necessary information to move your pets. 2. Microchip your pets first, then… View Article
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Traveling with a dog: what to do with a dog on layover.

We know that traveling with a dog can be a bit complicated. But you’ve done it! You have the travel health certificates, you have vaccination records, you have the right size carrier and you are ready to go. And then you realize your flight is delayed, or you have over an hour of layover. Here… View Article