TRANSPORTING PETS WITH DIGNITY AND CARE

Reasons to choose us

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  1. Door to door service.
  2. UK, Ireland, Isles, Europe and worldwide transporters.
  3. Pet Transport Service of The Year 2019 Award Winners.
  4. Safe and secure transport.
  5. Experienced, calm, empathetic and understanding handlers who are all animal lovers.
  6. Pet first aid trained.
  7. Fully insured with Protectivity and Petplan Sanctuary
  8.  Type 2 licenced with APHA.
  9. We donate to animal rescues.
  10.  Vehicles have double ventilation and pods that are temperature controlled with heating and cooling systems and air conditioning.
  11. Animal pods have CCTV. 
  12. Live GPS Tracked vehicles.
  13. We are registered on Companies House.
  14. We are registered with HMRC.
  15. Over 15 years experience transporting animals.
  16. We are available 24 hours a day for emergencies.
  17. Kennel, vet, groomer, airport etc transport available.
  18. Provide dog  transport, cat  and all small pet transport.
  19. We transport by land and air, with or without a handling.
  20. We are TRACES Registered so can assist with paperwork.
  21. We travel the world by driving and flying to transport pets with dignity and care.
  22. All staff are certificated in animal care and animal behaviour. 
  23. We can provide a complete service, from start to finish.
  24. We have 5* reviews across Google, Yell.com, Facebook and other sites.


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Travel by air

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Fly your pets with us

We also offer flights for your pets when the journey is too far to travel y road, or if you would prefer your pet to fly.


Please ensure that you have visited your vet in advance of contacting us in order to start the arrangements for pet passport, vaccinations and other requirements. These  must all be done in line with pet passport requirements.


You can visit the DEFRA website to gain information on Pet Passports, what is required for your pet to travel and more. DEFRA website will have the most up to date information on pet travel requirements. www.gov.uk/take-pet-abroad.


For upto date advice contact the Pet Travel Scheme Helpline on 0370 241 1710


Please see below for some common questions and answers, which we are sure will assist you.

What we do

Unlike other companies who transport pets by fllghts, our handlers accompany your pet during the entire journey. We collect from your home (if in the UK), and travel with your pet until delivery.


If you require your pet to travel to the UK, our handlers can travel to your pet and collect and transport back to the UK with them.

Benefits of Using Us

The benefits to your pet of being accompanied are endless.


  • Your pet will receive attention and care as well as time out of the flight crate.
  • Your pet shall be constantly monitored and receive all needs from fresh water, stretching legs and a toilet break, freshening up etc.
  • You will receive pictures during the journey of your pet.
  • You will receive feedback on how your pet is travelling, and photographs when possible.
  • Personal service for your pet/s.
  • Pets arrive happier and more settled.
  • Continuity for your pet.
  • You will meet the handler who has cared for your pet during the journey.
  • You will receive personal updates and pictures.
  • Your pet receives attention and not just left in a flight crate.
  • Handlers get to know your pet so realise if there is something wrong.
  • Your pet wouldn't just be another pet. Your pet is treated with the dignity and care it deserves. 
  • Your pet won't just be put on a flight and forgotten about until arrival destination.

FAQs

Q.  Won't my pet/s be cold in an aeroplane?

A. Unlike what we think of aeroplanes with pet/s, the compartments are temperature controlled and pressurised. Not all airlines accept pets due to the conditions that they have to ensure in order to meet welfare needs.


Q. Isn't driving better for pets than flying?

A. Sometimes flying is the only option due to distance. Getting a pet to the destination in a more timely manner is always much better for them. For example, a driving journey that would take 3 days means that the pet/s would be in a vehicle the majority of the time. In comparison, a flight may only be 12 hours. The less time pets have travelling means the happier they are at the end.


Q. Will my pet have access to water?

A. Yes. Fresh clean water will be available to them at all times.


Q. Can they travel with their favourite blanket?

A. Absolutely they can, in fact we recommend this.


Q. Can I send some food?

A. Yes you can and this will travel with them.


Q. My pet is on regular medication, will they receive this?

A. Yes they will, although it needs to be prescribed by a vet with instructions from a vet on their letter headed paper.


Q. Where can I find information on what requirements are needed for a pet passport and other paperwork and health requirements?

A. You can visit the DEFRA website for information on requirements for your pet travelling.


Q. Will my pet need to be microchipped?

A. Yes. All pets travelling require a microchip and must be registered in your details. Please remember to keep this up to date.


Q. Does my pet need a rabies vaccination?

A. Yes. Some countries also also require an additional rabies blood test to be performed prior to travel. This blood test can take up to 3 months so it's very important to contact your vet as soon as you realise that you're wanting to travel.


Q. Do I need any other paperwork?

A. Yes sometimes you do. You will need a 'fir to fly' health certificate within 96 hours of the departure flight and dogs will need to have Tapeworm treatment 24-120 hours before arrival into the country (please remember to take time zones into account). There may also be import and export paperwork that needs to be completed.


Q. I'm buying a pet, or adopting a pet from a rescue, and my pet is coming from abroad, do I need to register it anywhere?

A. Yes you do. As you are not the current owner your pet will need to be registered with TRACES, but, don't worry, we can assist you with this as we are TRACES registered.


Q. Can you assist me with what I need to do?

A. Yes of course we can. We are here to help you and will always do what we can to help you.


Q. Can you assist with the vet requirements in order for my pet to travel?

A. We can assist with vet requirements that are needed just before the travel. One of our handlers can collect your pet and visit the vet for administration of Tapeworm treatment and flea treatment. Our handlers will ensure that paperwork is signed by the vet.


Q.  Can you assist with a vet doing a third country health certificate in order to exit the UK?

A. Yes absolutely we can. We can complete the required paperwork and have the certificate dispatched to our vet in order to be verified.