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    Reasons To Transport Your Pet

    Odds are, if you have a pet, you went and picked them up from a breeder, a pet store, a friend, or a local animal rescue group. You had to transport them to your home initially. You will need to transport your pet places as well, such as to the vet or to the dog park. Sometimes, you'll need to transport your pet to another state if you are moving. Pets to Vets offers the best animal transport serv…Read More

  2. pet transport road versus air

    Pet Transport: Road or Air?

    There are many reasons you will have to transport your pet, from the fact you took a new job and are moving to the fact you are going on vacation and taking your dog or cat to a pet boarding service. You may also need pet transport for emergency pet services, or when your dog outgrows your car. Occasionally, you may need to transport your pet over long distances. So should you hire a pet transport…Read More

  3. Make Airline Travel With Your Pooch a Breeze With These Tips

    Being able to take your small pooch on-board an airplane and travel with them to different locations, is as convenient as it is fun. Once you have your airline-approved pet carrier all set to go, then all you have to worry about getting to the airport. If you hate the rushing around and hustle and bustle of a commute to LAX with your pet, make things easy and rely on Pet Taxi for transportation. J…Read More

  4. The Benefits of Using a Pet Transport Service

    Whether you’re traveling domestically or to a far-off destination out of the country, traveling with your pet can be stressful. It’s the hustle and bustle of packing for you and your pooch, in addition to the other anxieties that come with traveling — but once you arrive at your destination you can relax and enjoy your upcoming adventures with your furry best friend. Make Traveling a Breeze …Read More

  5. How To Clear Security While Traveling With Your Pet

    The hustle and bustle when traveling with your pet can get real — you have to pack and prepare for yourself and your pet. This means remembering their pet passport and health verification if you’re flying internationally to packing all their favorite toys to keep them occupied in the in-cabin domestic flight. To ease the stress and last minute running around trying to prepare for your upcoming…Read More

  6. All About Pet Passports: Part Two

    Believe or not, there are some pets who have traveled the world more times over than some people! They travel around Europe and roam the beaches of Mexico all with their human companions! In part one, we examined the PETS program in Europe and what needs to happen before they jet set to a new location! Let us help ease the stress of travel and add us to your pet travel scheme! In today’s post, w…Read More

  7. All About Pet Passports: Part One

    Traveling with your furry BFF is a lot more fun and makes jet-setting to new locations more fun when your whole family is along! Planning an adventure with your pooch these days takes much more than booking a flight and traveling to your destination, nowadays, dogs need specific and detailed documentation before they’re allowed to travel. Find out all about pet passports and what your dog needs …Read More

  8. Traveling With Service Animals: Part Two

    In our last blog, we touched upon staying informed on the service animal guidelines and getting specific airline interpretations of the guidelines before you book your ticket. In today’s blog, well look at airline security when traveling with a service animal. As always, to make your trip the airport smooth and effortless, team up with Pet Taxi for the best in pet transport! Airport Security and…Read More

  9. Traveling With Service Animals: Part One

    Pet transport is important for those who want a hassle-free to and from the airport, but a pet transport service can be crucial for those with service animals and cannot drive themselves. If it’s your first time traveling with a service animal, here are some tips for a seamless flight with your companion. Know the service animal guidelines While you can go anywhere with your service animal accor…Read More

  10. Pet Travel Part Two: Cargo Hold

    In our last blog, we covered the best flights for pets (shorts one), choosing the correct crate, and how to properly label it. If your animal has to be placed in cargo hold, always have a pet travel scheme in place to ensure a smooth transition before and after the flight. If your pet is over 11 inches tall or 15 pounds, they’re likely traveling in the plane’s cargo hold during the flight. Car…Read More