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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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10 Things to Ask Your Professional Animal Transport Company

Trust is critical when you’re choosing a company to help relocate your pet. You’re picking a professional team that will be responsible for one or more members of your family – four-legged, perhaps, but your “children” just the same. Knowledge, experience, and kindness all count when it comes to assuring your pet’s safety and comfort. So just how professional are they? 

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Is it Safe to Move My Cat to Indonesia?

Moving to Indonesia sounds exotic and exciting. Of course you want to take your whole family, including your cat. But is it safe to move your favorite feline to Indonesia? That might depend on your exact destination. Certain areas of the country such as Bali have more restrictive rules about importing pets, so before you do anything else, be sure your kitty will be welcome to join you. 

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5 Steps for Moving Your Pet to Another Country

What will the new year bring for you? If it’s something as momentous as an overseas move, you’re probably feeling overwhelmed already. You have to make arrangements for your belongings and get your family organized. Including your pet. Just how do you move a pet to another country, anyway?

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Why You Need a USDA-endorsed Health Certificate for Your Pet

If you plan to travel overseas from the United States with your pet, it’s time to get busy. Never mind the fact that you aren’t leaving any time soon. You’ll need all the time you have to pull together the documents your kitty or pup requires for a safe, comfortable trip. Just one must-have is a USDA-endorsed health certificate.

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