Walking Your Pet to New Destinations

International Air Travel and My Snub-Nosed or Sick Pet

Every pet parent is concerned about their beloved companion’s health and safety. So when it comes to air travel, it is reassuring to know that hundreds of thousands of pets and other animals fly safely every year, all around the globe. Mishaps are rare. However, before you book your pet’s reservation, it’s important to know flying can be more of a problem for some types of special needs pets.

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PacPet Pet Cafes in Sydney

A walk in the park and a snack – two of your pet’s favorite things, if she’s a dog. Cats tend to sneer at formalized exercise, but we’re pretty sure your trusty kitty is always up for a tasty treat. Pet cafés that cater to those of the canine persuasion abound in Sydney, and there are cat cafés as well. No surprise, given that Australia is pet-friendly in all regards.

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Beware of Fake Pet Transport Companies

If you or anyone you know has ever been the victim of identity theft, you know that it is a comprehensive nightmare. We can empathize, because we at Pacific Pet Transport are also the victims of identity theft. Yes, it happens to businesses as well as individuals – thousands of us each year – and it’s increasing. And customers – pet owners just like you – are paying the price right along with us.

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Moving Your Pet Overseas: Do It Yourself or Hire a Professional?

A few countries such as Australia require you to hire a commercial pet transport company to handle your dog or cat’s importation. By and large, however, you can make the arrangements yourself. But should you? Do you really want to? The answer might be yes if you can book a single direct flight, you can travel on the same plane as your pet, and you are absolutely certain you know what paperwork will be required.

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Safety on the Road in Australia

Moving to Australia with your pet opens vast vistas for exploration, especially if your four-legged friend is a dog. However, whether your furbaby is a kitty whose travels will be limited to the backyard or a canine you can take hiking in the Outback, safety is always your #1 concern. We know, we have pets, too.

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