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Airport survival kit for traveling pets

Getting together a survival kit for traveling pets is not very hard and it can make your trip (and more importantly your pet’s trip) a lot more comfortable. It only takes a little foresight to greatly improve your pet’s relocation. For a full list of what’s allowed in your carry on please follow this link…. View Article
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Lady Bird and Lyndon: pets move to Germany

Lady Bird and Lyndon moved with their military family from Texas to Germany last month.  “They love their daily walks in Germany” says mom. Here are some interesting details about the two traveling dogs… When is your dog’s birthday- February Where did you get him/her– We got Ladybird from a friend in college and Lyndon… View Article
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Is flying a dog safe?

Over the last couple of weeks there have been many inquiries as to whether flying a dog is safe. Many people are misinformed and lack all the facts about flying a dog. Professional pet shippers, airlines and veterinarians alike have done extensive research about the safety of flying a dog in a commercial airplane. This… View Article

What to expect after shipping your dog?

Though most pets adjust really fast to new environments, there are certain behaviors that can be expected after shipping your pet. Behavioral changes like house soiling, signs of hunger at the wrong times, not wanting to be left alone (showing signs of separation anxiety), reacting to new sounds, etc. are all behaviors that can be expected… View Article
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How to choose a pet shipping expert

Shipping a dog can be quite complicated to do on your own so hiring a pet shipping expert is a great idea. But how do you choose a dog relocation service? Are they really dog shipping experts? Are they all the same? Well, No! They are not all pet shipping experts and they are not… View Article

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