Walking Your Pet to New Destinations

Pet Food Sources When Living in China

Moving to China will be exotic enough for the humans in your family. Just think how different it might be for your four-legged family. All new signs, sounds, and smells, places to go, and things to do. Every pet’s first concern, however, is what’s on the menu? Finding appropriate, trustworthy pet food is very easy in some countries, but in China? Not so much. You’ll want to be prepared. 

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Finding a Good Vet in Japan

Every pet parent knows how important it is to find a great veterinarian. Not only for everyday care, but in case your beloved feline or canine becomes ill or injured. That means finding a new vet becomes a top priority if you’re moving, whether you’re going a hundred miles across the state or thousands of miles overseas. For example, what if you and your furry companion are relocating to Japan?

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Best Dog Beaches in China

China is one of the world’s largest countries, and it certainly has plenty of coastline – more than 8,600 miles of it, actually. Nonetheless, if you’re looking for officially-designated dog-friendly beaches in China, you may find they are in short supply. But that doesn’t mean you can’t accommodate your dear dog’s desire to swim and enjoy the sunshine. 

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Poisonous Plants in China That are Dangerous to Your Pet

Who would have thought that you and your family would be relocating to China? It’s a big step, one that requires considerable preparation. And if you have a pet, your preparations will be even more complex. Our pet relocation experts here at Pacific Pet Transport can take that burden off your shoulders right from the start, to ensure Charlie’s journey to China is smooth, safe, and comfortable. What a relief!

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Pet First Aid Kit: What You'll Need in Australia

We heard you and your trusty four-legged companion are relocating Down Under. You’re required to use a professional pet transport company to import your precious Furred One, so give us a call. We can make your pet’s move as easy and comfortable as possible. Meantime, you can focus on getting the humans in your family ready for this big change. 

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