Pet Travel: Pet Microchips and Scanners

Regardless of whether you’re traveling around the block or around the world, a microchip is essential for your pet. In fact, if you plan on traveling internationally, it may be required. Did you know that less than half of dogs … Continue reading

Pet Travel: Pointers for keeping your pets safe in cargo

One of the most common concerns pertaining to pet travel comes with transporting a pet via cargo. Contrary to popular belief, pets aren’t crammed with luggage in a deep dark hole in the bottom of the plane. Actually, pets are … Continue reading

Pet Travel: Pet Health and Safety this Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a time for family, friends and good food. While humans can enjoy extravagant Thanksgiving meals, conversations around the grill and delicious drinks remember that there are plenty of health and safety risks for your pet this Thanksgiving. Don’t … Continue reading

Pet Travel: Traveling by Air with Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Rats, Turtles and other Exotic Animals

Pets are on the move. More than 2 million pets are transported each year in the United States according to US Department of Transportation. Although the majority of animals that are transported are dogs and cats, exotic animals can be … Continue reading

Pet Travel: Traveling with a Bird

Traveling with your pet should be a positive experience but sometimes not knowing the process or requirements make it difficult. This especially pertains to transporting a bird. Whether you’re traveling by air, ground or sea how do you make sure … Continue reading

NEWS: Changes to the Import of Pets into the UK under the Pet Travel Scheme

Traveling with a pet to the UK has always required a lot of planning. Not anymore. As of January 1, 2012, for pet travelers entering the UK from a rabies controlled country, there is only a 21 day wait from the date of vaccination. This is great news for pet travelers.

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