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At Pet Taxi La, we also provide expert, safe and caring Pet Dog and Cat Transportation to Japan, Pet Shipping To Australia, and many more destinations around the globe. You can also visit Shipping Pets to Australia for more info. If you need your pet dog or cat transported to Okinawa, Japan you can visit www.ShippingmyPettoOkinawa.com

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If you are planning on Shipping your Pet Dog or Cat to Germany, it can be a very difficult process. International Pet Shipping requires much knowledge of how the system works. Whether it’s about Shipping Pets to Australia, the UK, or Shipping Pets to Japan, every country has different  regulations and requirements. It’s best to deal with an expert Pet Transportation company when transporting your pets around the world. Please vist www.InternationalPetTransportation.com for more info

 

There are many requirements you need to be aware of before shipping your Pet Dog or Cat to Australia. If you are shipping a pet dog or cat out of LAX / Los Angeles Airport please be sure to visit www.PetShippingtoAustralia.com . Some the rules when transporting your pet dog or cat to Australia include… If you are shipping from the United States or Canada, you can bring your cat or dog to Australia.  Your pet will have to go through quarantine which is a minimum of 30 days, but it could be much longer, depending on when your pet was last vaccinated.  Your pets must have all their vaccinations, must be at least six months old, and all dogs from America must have the Canine Influenza Virus (CIV) vaccination… please visit www.AnimalTranporters.com for more info.

How do I ship my pet dog or cat to Australia or New Zealand? Shipping your Dog, Cat or Pet to Australia or New Zealand can be a timley and complicated process. There are many rules and regulations to follow. Pet Transport and Dog Shipping to Australia requires special care. Australia and New Zealand have implemented programs of rabies control whereby pet owners have an alternative to the traditional long-term (6 month) quarantine. By meeting prescribed criteria of pre-entry veterinary requirements quarantine periods can be reduced to a minimum of 1 month… for more info please visit www.PetShippingAustralia.com

Pet Shipping Australia – If you are considering shipping your Dog, Cat or Pet to and from Australia, New Zealand, Perth, Auckland, Christchurch, Sydney, Wellington or any other destinations in the area, you need to be aware of all the policies and regulations related to air and land pet travel. There are many Pet Shipping Companies throughout the world so it’s best to choose the best one that fits your needs. Some specialize in Pet Travel to Australia and New Zealand and are very familiar with all the rules when shipping your pets to certain countries. Please visit Animal Transporters for more info about shipping your Dog, Cat or Pet to and from Australia and New Zealand.

Pet Travel and Dog Shipping to Perth, Australia, New Zealand, Auckland, Christchurch, Sydney, Wellington

Here is some important info to know when transporting your dog, cat or pet out of state and/or out of the country…..

It’s always best to use a trusted Pet Transport company when relocating, shipping or transporting your loved ones. But if you choose to do it yourself, follow these recommendations to keep your companion safe on moving day.

Plan ahead. Advance planning will make your move less stressful on you and your pet. Pack over a period of time, and try to maintain your pet’s normal routine.

Invest in a high-quality, sturdy pet carrier. If you have a dog or cat whom you want to keep safely confined on moving day, get a carrier ahead of time and gradually accustom your pet to spending time in it.

Purchase a new ID tag for your pet. As soon as you know your new address, get a pet ID tag that includes your new address and telephone number(s). (Or obtain some other visible form of pet identification such as a collar with ID information imprinted on it or an identification band that attaches to the collar but does not dangle like a traditional tag.) An up-to-date ID tag is a lost pet’s ticket home.

Keep your pet secure. On moving day, place your pet (whether in the carrier or not) in a safe, quiet place, such as the bathroom, so that he or she cannot escape. Place a large sign on the door that says, DO NOT ENTER, and be sure that friends and professional movers are aware that the room is off-limits.

For More info please visit www.AnimalTransporters.com


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