Walking Your Pet to New Destinations

Tips for Moving Your Pet to Malaysia

Malaysia has become quite a draw for international companies and expats looking for a change in lifestyle. Perhaps it’s the country’s diverse blend of traditional culture and cosmopolitan sophistication. Whatever the reason, if you are planning a move to Malaysia, you are not alone. And it’s no surprise that you want your four-legged family members to move, too. 

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Pet Safety on the Road in Thailand

Taking your pet on the road with you is quite common these days. Pet owners are taking day trips with their dogs and cats, vacationing with them, and of course, should the need arise, relocating with them. Sometimes the destinations are far away. No matter where you go, we know your #1 concern is your furry companion’s safety. Here are some things to consider if you will be traveling together in Thailand.

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Tip for Moving Your Country Pet to Beijing

So you’re moving to Beijing, China with your family, including your furry companion. Chances are Beijing will be worlds different than wherever you live now. You’ll have a lot to learn. You’ll need to learn the rules for living with pets in Beijing, too. For example, if you’re entering China on a work visa, you may bring only one pet per adult. 

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How to Recognize When Your Pet Has Heat Exhaustion and What to Do About it

“If you are hot and sweaty on a walk then imagine how your dog feels wearing a fur coat and without the cooling effects of sweat.” That’s from Dr. Sara Elliott, director of veterinary services at British Veterinary Hospital in Dubai, but we couldn’t have said it any better ourselves. Heat stress leads to heat stroke, which can quickly kill your beloved pet. Or leave her with permanent brain or organ dysfunction. 

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Tips for Moving with Your Pet Overseas in The Summer

Organizing an overseas move is a complicated process. Lots of moving parts. Tricky timelines. Maybe even a language barrier. For families with pets, all that becomes even more complex. And when you add summer into the mix, there is even more to think about. What if it’s summer where you live now, say Chicago, but it’s the middle of winter in Sydney, where you’re headed? 

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