Pet transportation

Things to know about pet relocation

Five things to know about pet relocations Planning is everything for pet relocation: Depending on where you plan to relocate your pet, planning can take a few weeks or up to six months. Some countries require a waiting period after certain tests, or quarantines before entering. By planning ahead of time you can make sure… View Article
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Tips for big dogs traveling

Big Dog Crate Buy the right sized crate. Big dogs traveling need big crates and sometimes that means having one customized to provide the best space for your big dog. Crates can be customized in different ways, from adding height to provide head and ear clearance to full customization of crates, built to the exact… View Article
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Flying pets in summer

Flying pets year round is an intricate process that can take months of planning, flying pets in summer can raise a whole new set of challenges. As the hot weather rises, the details for safe pet travel become even more important. Here are some quick tips from our pet travel experts. Check airline restrictions Airlines… View Article

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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Shipping your college pet: shipping exotic pets

Many colleges within the United States allow pets in their dorms. So you will need to know about shipping your college pet. Knowing the basics of pet travel can be very helpful and professional pet shippers can arrange every detail of your pet’s relocation to and from college. Most of the pets allowed are small,… View Article
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Hade & Garfield: pets move to Germany

Hade & Garfield: pets move to Germany Hade and Garfield moved from Tulsa, Oklahoma to Alsbach- Hahnlein, Germany. Planning started months before their flight, they were both microchipped and received vaccinations to be allowed in the European Union. Our ground transport team picked these two up in Oklahoma and drove them in our climate controlled… 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