Walking Your Pet to New Destinations: Posts by Pacific Pet Transporters

Documentation You Need For Relocating Overseas with Your Pet

Even before the United States formally became a country, Americans were involved in international affairs – traveling to far continents for political reasons, to conduct business and see the sights. More than two centuries later, that has increased exponentially. It’s not at all unusual to meet American families who have relocated – pets and all – to almost any foreign country.

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How to Choose the Right Airline to Transport Your Pet Overseas

No matter what type of pet you have or where you are headed for your overseas relocation, there are certain steps you’ll need to take in order to move your furry family member to another country. One of the first steps – and one of the most important -- will be finding a pet-friendly airline. With your beloved companion’s safety and comfort at stake, there’s more to “pet-friendly” than smiles and kind words.

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Protecting Your Dog in Cold Weather

Many dog owners don’t realize just how much the weather can affect their beloved canines. They can get heat exhaustion in summer, especially if they’re getting a lot of exercise. But the cold can hurt them as well – just in different ways. Here are some tips for protecting your pup from the cold, whether you’re at home or traveling.

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How To Relocate Your Flat Faced Pet (Brachycephalic) Safely

Hundreds of thousands of animals travel on planes every year, with only the rare health problem. That said, some pets require extra care and planning to ensure they have a safe travel experience. Flat-faced dogs and cats are of particular concern -- for pet parents and airlines alike. In fact, some airlines no longer accept brachycephalic pets, and those that do have introduced stricter limitations on when and how flat-faced pets can fly.

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Dos and Don'ts of Living with Your Dog in Beijing

Moving to someplace new is always exciting because there are so many opportunities to explore and discover. Where to do, what to see and do. When your move takes you to an entirely different country, and your beloved dog (we’ll call her Chelsea) is by your side, there will be even more things to learn and experience. But you want to go about things in the right way.

So if Beijing is your new home, here are some dos and don’ts that apply to living with your dog in this famous Chinese city.

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