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Transporting , Shipping and/ or Relocating Cats from the US to Foreign Countries and state to state is a complicated process and requires specialized knowledge of import and export documentation, veterinary procedures, timing, airline policies, pet  travel crate requirements, quarantine, boarding accommodation, and proper animal identification…… read more about cat shipping costs from state to state and across the country . You can also go to www.internationalpettransporters.com for more info.

Getting your dog, cat or pet around Los Angeles and surrounding counties can be difficult at times. If you need any assistance it pet travel in and around los angeles or for expert, safe and caring international pet transportation, please don’t hesitate to call us at Pet Taxi LA.

If you’re looking for great rates on expert, safe and caring dog, cat and pet transportation to and from Los Angeles, California – Phoenix, Tuscon, Arizona -Las Vegas, Nevada and many more cites throughout the Southwest please visit http://pettransportationlosangeles.com/dog-cat-pet-transport-to-from-california-nevada-arizona.html . Pet Taxi Los Angeles also can help out with your pet shipping and travel needs for many location throughout California, Arizona and Nevada including LAX, LAS, TUS, PHX and more.

If you are looking for the best in Safe and Caring Pet Transportation and Pet Shipping Please visit www.PetTaxiLA.com and www.AnimalTransporters.com servicing many cities throughout Southern California including…
 
Agoura Hills – L.A. Co.
 
Alhambra – L.A. Co.
 
Anaheim – Orange Co.
 
Angeles National Forest – L.A. Co.
 
Antelope Valley – L.A. Co.
 
Apple Valley – San Bernardino Co.
 
Arcadia – L.A. Co.
 
Artesia – L.A. Co.
 
Azusa – L.A. Co.
 
Baldwin Park – L.A. Co.
 
Banning – Riverside Co.
 
Barstow – San Bernardino Co.
 
Beaumont – Riverside Co.
 
Bell – L.A. Co.
 
Bell Gardens – L.A. Co.
 
Bellflower – L.A. Co.
 
Beverly Hills – L.A. Co.
 
Big Bear Lake – San Bernardino Co.
 
Blythe – Riverside Co.
 
Bradbury – L.A. Co.
 
Brea – Orange Co.
 
Buena Park – Orange Co.
 
Buellton – Santa Barbara Co.
 
Burbank – L.A. Co.
 
Calabasas – L.A. Co.
 
Calimesa – Riverside Co.
 
Camarillo – Ventura Co.
 
Campo – San Diego Co.
 
Canyon Lake – Riverside Co.
 
Carlsbad – San Diego Co.
 
Carpinteria – Santa Barbara Co.
 
Carson – L.A. Co.
 
Catalina Island – L.A. Co.
 
Cathedral City – Riverside Co.
 
Cerritos – L.A. Co.
 
Chino – San Bernardino Co.
 
Chula Vista – San Diego Co.
 
Claremont – L.A. Co.
 
Coachella – Riverside Co.
 
Colton – San Bernardino Co.
 
Commerce – L.A. Co.
 
Compton – L.A. Co.
 
Corona – Riverside Co.
 
Coronado – San Diego Co.
 
Costa Mesa – Orange Co.
 
Covina – L.A. Co.
 
Cudahy – L.A. Co.
 
Culver City – L.A. Co.
 
Cypress – Orange Co.
 
Dana Point – Orange Co.
 
Del Mar – San Diego Co.
 
Desert Hot Springs– Riverside Co. 
 
El Cajon – San Diego Co.
 
El Monte – L.A. Co.
 
El Segundo – L.A. Co.
 
Encinitas – San Diego Co.
 
Escondido – San Diego Co.
 
Fillmore – Ventura Co.
 
Fontana – San Bernardino Co.
 
Fountain Valley – Orange Co.
 
Fullerton – Orange Co.
 
Garden Grove – Orange Co.
 
Gardena – L.A. Co.
 
Glendale – L.A. Co.
 
Glendora – L.A. Co.
 
Goleta – Santa Barbara Co.
 
Grand Terrace – San Bernardino Co.
 
Guadalupe – Santa Barbara Co.
 
Hawaiian Gardens – L.A. Co.
 
Hawthorne – L.A. Co.
 
Hemet – Riverside Co.
 
Hermosa Beach – L.A. Co.
 
Hesperia – San Bernardino Co.
 
Hidden Hills – L.A. Co.
 
Highland – San Bernardino Co.
 
Huntington Beach – Orange Co.
 
Huntington Park– L.A. Co. 
 Indian Wells– Riverside Co. 
 Industry – L.A. Co.
 
Inglewood – L.A. Co.
 
Irvine – Orange Co.
 
Irwindale – L.A. Co.
 
Julian – San Diego Co.
 
Joshua Tree – San Bernardino Co.
 
La Cañada Flintridge – L.A. Co.
 
La Habra – Orange Co.
 
La Habra Heights – L.A. Co.
 
La Mesa – San Diego Co.
 
La Mirada – L.A. Co.
 
La Puente – L.A. Co.
 
La Verne – L.A. Co.
 
Laguna Beach – Orange Co.
 
Laguna Hills – Orange Co.
 
Laguna Niguel – Orange Co.
 
Laguna Woods – Orange Co.
 
Lake Elsinore – Riverside Co.
 
Lake Arrowhead – San Bernardino Co.
 
Lake Forest – Orange Co.
 
Lakewood – L.A. Co.
 
La Quinta – Riverside Co.
 
Lawndale – L.A. Co.
 
Lemon Grove – San Diego Co.
 
Loma Linda – San Bernardino Co.
 
Lomita – L.A. Co.
 
Lompoc – Santa Barbara Co.
 
Long Beach – L.A. Co.
 
Los Alamitos – Orange Co.
 
Los Angeles – L.A. Co.
 
Lucerne Valley– San Bernardino Co. 
 Malibu – L.A. Co.
 
Manhattan Beach – L.A. Co.
 
Maywood – L.A. Co.
 
Mission Viejo – Orange Co.
 
Monrovia – L.A. Co.
 
Montclair – San Bernardino Co.
 
Montebello – L.A. Co.
 
Monterey Park – L.A. Co.
 
Moorpark – Ventura Co.
 
Moreno Valley – Riverside Co.
 
Murrieta – Riverside Co.
 
National City – San Diego Co.
 
Needles – San Bernardino Co.
 
Newport Beach – Orange Co.
 
Norco – Riverside Co.
 
Norwalk – L.A. Co.
 
Oceanside – San Diego Co.
 
Ojai – Ventura Co.
 
Ontario – San Bernardino Co.
 
Orange – Orange Co.
 
Oxnard – Ventura Co.
 
Pala – San Diego Co.
 
Palm Desert – Riverside Co.
 
Palm Springs – Riverside Co.
 
Palos Verdes Peninsula– L.A. Co. 
 Pasadena – L.A. Co.
 
Perris – Riverside Co.
 
Pico Rivera – L.A. Co.
 
Placentia – Orange Co.
 
Pomona – L.A. Co.
 
Port Hueneme – Ventura Co.
 
Poway – San Diego Co.
 
Ramona – San Diego Co.
 
Rancho Cucamonga – San Bernardino Co.
 
Rancho Mirage – Riverside Co.
 
Redondo Beach – L.A. Co.
 
Redlands – San Bernardino Co.
 
Rialto – San Bernardino Co.
 
Riverside – Riverside Co.
 
Rosemead – L.A. Co.
 
San Bernardino – San Bernardino Co.
 
San Clemente – Orange Co.
 
San Diego – San Diego Co.
 
San Dimas – L.A. Co.
 
San Fernando – L.A. Co.
 
San Gabriel – L.A. Co.
 
San Juan Capistrano – Orange Co.
 
San Jacinto – Riverside Co.
 
San Marcos – San Diego Co.
 
San Marino – L.A. Co.
 
Santee – San Diego Co.
 
Santa Ana – Orange Co.
 
Santa Barbara – Santa Barbara Co.
 
Santa Clarita – L.A. Co.
 
Santa Fe Springs – L.A. Co.
 
Santa Maria – Santa Barbara Co.
 
Santa Monica – L.A. Co.
 
Santa Paula – Ventura Co.
 
Seal Beach – Orange Co.
 
Sierra Madre – L.A. Co. 
 Simi Valley – Ventura Co.
 
Solana Beach – San Diego Co.
 
Solvang– Santa Barbara Co. 
 Thousand Oaks – Ventura Co.
 
Torrance – L.A. Co.
 
Tustin – Orange Co.
 
Twentynine Palms – San Bernardino Co.
 
Upland – San Bernardino Co.
 
Ventura – Ventura Co.
 
Vernon – L.A. Co.
 
Victorville – San Bernardino Co.
 
Villa Park – Orange Co.
 
Vista– San Diego Co.  
 
West Hollywood – L.A. Co.
 
Westlake Village – L.A. Co.
 
Westminster– Orange Co. 
 

Pet Transportation, Relocation & Travel tips when Traveling with Small Dogs

Our dogs are like our children. We dote on them, want the best for them, and often bring them everywhere with us. However, flying with a small dog can be quite the undertaking! There are ways to prepare your precious pet for flights without the stress.

Preparation for Pet Travel and Dog Transportation: Before you leave, make sure your Pet is up-to-date on all his or her shots and medicines. Traveling exposes your pet to different germs, so make sure you’ve taken him or her to the vet before your trip. Get Scruffy treated for fleas, and make sure he’s in tip-top health. Also make sure your pet is the right size to fly – many airlines have a 25 pound limitation for carry-on crates. If you pet needs to diet, find out well in advance.

Pack Appropriately: It’s the little things that mean comfort – for your dog, too. Be sure to pack a favorite coat or blanket if you’re traveling to cooler climates. Bring enough of your pet’s particular brand of food, as toy dogs are sometimes more picky than their larger counterparts. Most importantly – don’t forget to bring a leash. More and more airports have dog-friendly areas, and you won’t want to keep your pet locked in his or her crate simply because you forgot the leash.

Pet Travel Carrier: This is an extremely important purchase. Your pet will be in the crate for long stretches at a time, so make sure it is tall enough for the pooch to stand up in and turn around, but the right size to fit under the airline seats, as well. Include a favorite blanket for comfort, and be sure to acclimate your pet to the carrier well before the trip. Place your pet in it for short stretches, gradually working up to longer and longer periods. Take your dog in the crate on short car trips, and try a practice trip (to a hotel, or a friends’ house) to make sure there won’t be any in-flight freak outs.

Dog Travel and Pet Transportation in the Air: If you feel comfortable, ask your veterinarian about a light tranquilizer for your pet. If he or she can sleep through the flight, everyone will be happier. Give the tranquilizer a test run before the trip, as some dogs may become sick or more anxious as the drug kicks in. If it works, sit back, relax, and enjoy your flight.

When Panic Happens: If your pet does become anxious on the flight, begins barking or chewing, do not panic. Your anxiety will only tell your pet that there is something to worry about. Try draping a light coat or blanket over the crate – don’t tuck it in, ensure that air can still flow to your pet. The darkness may be soothing and send him right to sleep. If your dog is disturbing other passengers, ask a flight attendant for help. They may be able to place you in a quieter area – they are there to help, and have probably dealt with this situation before.

Most Important Advice of All!

Above all, do not take your pet out of his or her crate while on board the plane. This will get you and your pet in trouble with the flight crew, and if your dog happens to escape, it will be extremely difficult to find him in the cramped cabin. Wait until you are on the ground and in an approved pet area before letting your pet out on a leash. The airlines will appreciate it, and your pet will too – unfamiliar areas will only frighten your pet more.

Here a few tips from Pet Taxi LA regarding raising a happy and healthy cat.

When you get a cat, you’ll need to consider the costs.  You’ll obviously need food, and you’ll also need to plan ahead for vet costs, because even a healthy cat may get sick, plus they’ll need some vaccinations. 

You’ll also need litter, a litter box, food dish, and water dish.  You should also invest in some toys as well, such as a scratching post, cat toys, a pet carrier, and a bed.  Even if your cat stays inside, get an ID collar as well, just in case your cat ever gets lost.

As you probably know Cats are one of the cleanest animals and stay fairly clean all by themselves.  Although you don’t have to bathe them that often, you’ll need to give them a brushing at least once a day.  Brushing will reduce the risk of hairballs and keep your cat’s coat nice and clean.  If you are keeping your cat indoors, you’ll need to have a litter box in an area that is easy for your cat to access.  You should always scoop it on a daily basis, and clean it out once a week.  Cats don’t like to use dirty litter boxes, they prefer for it to be nice and clean.

Feeding your cat will depend a great deal on his/her age.  Older cats require two small meals or one large meal for the day.  Kittens on the other hand, require several feedings a day until they get around the age of 12 weeks.  Cats that are between three and six months of age need to be fed three times a day.  Canned food can be fed to cats, although any food that has been left out longer than 30 minutes need to be disposed of.  Canned food can get expensive fast, and you should always keep in mind that some may need to be thrown away when you buy it.  Cats loved canned food, although it doesn’t have any benefits to their dental health like dry food does.

As an alternative plan, you can always leave a supply of dry food out for your cat.  When you give your cat dry food, you should always make sure that he has enough water.  Dry food costs less than canned food, and it can also help to prevent the buildup of tartar on your cat’s teeth.  When you buy dry food, you should always look in terms of health and benefits, and stay away from generic food.  Even though generic food may be cheaper, it may not offer the nutrients your pet needs.

If you own a kitten, you should only give you kitten food designed for him.  You’ll also need to clean and refill his water dish every day.  Even though kittens and adult cats like cow’s milk, you should avoid giving it to them as it can cause diarrhea.  Treats are fine on occasion, although too many of them can cause your pet to get fat.  Feeding your kitten human food is good on occasion, although you may have to mix it in with his cat food.

Although cats do require some work, they are great pets that will provide you with years and years of companionship.  As long as you take care of your cat and take him to the vet for his checkups, he should remain healthy.  Even though cats can get sick from time to time – knowing how to care for him will make a world of difference in having a healthy cat.

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