Bringing a Pet to Amsterdam

Conditions and requirements The requirements for being allowed to bring a pet into the Netherlands vary depending on what kind of animal it is, and whether you’re bringing it from within the EU or from a non-EU country. If you bring a dog or a cat from another EU country, for example, you must make sure that your pet: is at least 15 ... Read More

Moving to Hong Kong with a Dog Explained in 7 Easy Steps

If you’re moving to Hong Kong with a dog, it’s important (both for official reasons and for your own peace of mind) to understand exactly what the process entails. After all, the welfare of the furry members of the family is just as important as that of the 2-legged ones. Hong Kong is incredibly dog friendly. In fact, at times it can ... Read More

Ways to Help Your Dog Settle Into a New Home

While it may be true that most dogs generally cope better than the average cat when settling in, they still require special care and handling. This is especially true if you're moving from a home to an apartment or from a large house to a smaller home. Room to move around and exercise can be critical to a dog's contentment and ... Read More

Moving with your Dog: 23 Ways to Help Pets Adjust to a New Home

Moving is almost always stressful, and not just for humans—it’s tough on dogs, too. If you’re moving with your dog and wondering how to help your dog adjust to a new home, we’ve got your answers. You can make the process a little less painful by following these expert tips before, during, and after your move. SAM LAVY/FLICKR ... Read More

International Animal Transport in Asia

Traveling the world with a companion is easy. All you need is a passport, sometimes a visa, and you’re good to go. Unless, of course, your traveling companion happens to be one of your furry friends. If you’re planning on being away for a long time, you need to consider plans for your pets. Are they staying at home or going on a ... Read More

Moving To Australia With Your Pets

Moving to Australia with your beloved pets has become much easier since a shorter quarantine period for domestic animals was introduced in Australia in February 2014. If your dog or cat is healthy and tick free you can expect to be reunited with them after only 10 days of their arrival in Australia. Australia is a very pet-friendly place ... Read More

Bringing Pets Into China

Rest assured, you won’t have to leave your beloved Rover or Miss Honeyclaws back in your home country while the rest of the family gets to wing their way off to Shanghai. However, China is much like the rest of the world when it comes to foreign pets: expect plenty of red tape. The good thing is that as pet ownership has become more common ... Read More

The Dos and Don’ts of Moving Animals

Moving is stressful enough without adding animals into the mix. From airline transportation rules to health and wellness considerations, moving with pets often involves a great deal of preparation beforehand. Of course, the type of animal you plan to move, along with their specific needs and health concerns, will greatly affect how exactly ... Read More

State-By-State Guide to Moving with Pets

When you’re busy packing boxes and booking a moving company, reading up on the laws in your new state is probably not anywhere near the top of your to-do list. But when moving with pets, it’s worth taking the time to make sure you aren’t breaking the law. Regulations vary greatly by state; West Virginia has none, while several ... Read More

Exiting from China with Pets – Newest 2019 Update!

It is never too early to begin preparations for overseas travel with your pets. Whether you brought your beloved pets with you to China or adopted your pets locally, we encourage pet owners to learn about exit requirements at the point of adoption and even before importing pets into China. Even for pet owners who are unsure of the final ... Read More