Other Stories by Agatha Weisz

Air pet travel safety

When it comes to air pet travel, everyone does their part to ensure your pet’s safety. The US. Department of Transportation says two million animals travel on commercial flights each year. Air Cargo World found that less than 0.01 percent of pets that fly have incidents, making it quite safe. There are even worldwide organizations… View Article

Employee profile: Randy

Randy is one of our pet transportation experts. He has been transporting pets with Airpets America for about a year. He shares his life with a gorgeous half German Shepherd and half Australian Shepherd named Loki. When asked about 5 things he loves to do, he answered: Hiking (waterfall hunting). Football. Hanging with my kids. Traveling…. View Article
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How to tips: moving your dog

Step 1: Hire a dog shipper Whether you are moving your dog across town or to another country, professional dog shippers can make your move go smoothly. They can provide ground transportation for your dog across the US, flight scheduling on dog friendly airlines, import and export documentation preparation, pet health certificates and overall peace… View Article
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Employee profile: Shawna

Name: Shawna Pets (name, breed):  Otto George – Golden Retriever Lab Mix, Moose – Silver Lab and Whiskers – DSH (kitty) List 5 interests: Boating, Running, watching Basketball, Snowboarding and drinking beer 🙂 Favorite part about working at Airpets America: Exploring the world through estimate requests and learning more about different breeds. Most fun move you ever worked… View Article
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Preparing your dog for travel: using a pet resort

Preparing your dog for travel can be straightforward and easy when you have the right tools. At Airpets America, we rely on our pet resort to provide many necessary services for traveling dogs. From customizing a crate and getting your dog used to it with help from our dog trainer, to allowing strangers to handle… View Article
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