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The nitty gritties of importing or exporting your pet

Moving to a new country with your pet can be a hassle if you are not familiar with the complex rules and regulations governing the transportation of animals. It is highly recommended that you use a professional pet transportation company to avoid the many problems that can arise if transit is not handled properly. At Move One, we provide top-notch pet transportation services and advise clients in our many locations on the requirements needed to import or export their beloved pet. To make your relocation as hassle-free as possible, Move One has profiled the UAE, providing an in-depth look at Pet Transportation regulations, which could pose problems for expats. (more…)

Move One Pet Transportation 1Ingo (Golden Retriever) and Yappo (German Sheperd) safely arrived in Almaty.

Move One Pet Relocation received a thank you letter from a client.
We would like to thank you for your contribution to ensure a successful relocation. Benefiting of your support, we and our dogs safely arrived last night in Almaty and now we are looking forward to explore our new home. Your effort was more than appreciated and I THANK YOU very much for everything you did.

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dog-and-cat-cuddle-150x150It is at this time of year that a lot of people are relocating families. Their most precious shipment is the household pet. When your furry friend boards a plane, you want to make sure they are in safe and competent hands. Move One Pet Transportation  is an accredited member of the International Pet and Animal Transportation Association (IPATA), one of the first service providers in the Central/Eastern European region to hold this status.
When shipping your pet to join you at your new destination you will want to make sure they are going to be as comfortable as possible.  Move One Pet Transportation advises to let your pet get accustomed to the kennel before it travels, it usually takes two to five days to adjust to the kennel environment.  To avoid air sickness make sure you give your pet a small meal no later than 12 hours before the flight.  Avoid using sedatives or tranquilizers on your pet as they may lead to injuries during transport and lastly place a blanket, towel, or shredded paper at the bottom of the kennel for your pet’s comfort but do not include any chewable toys. Read more

Moving Tips 2When shipping your pet to join you at your new destination you will want to make sure they are going to be as comfortable as possible.  Move One Pet Transportation advises to let your pet get accustomed to the kennel before it travels, it usually takes two to five days to adjust to the kennel environment.  To avoid air sickness make sure you give your pet a small meal no later than 12 hours before the flight.  Avoid using sedatives or tranquilizers on your pet as they may lead to injuries during transport and lastly place a blanket, towel, or shredded paper at the bottom of the kennel for your pet’s comfort but do not include any chewable toys. Read more

Watch our informational guide before relocating your beloved friend

If you are about to travel with your pet, watch this informational video. Move One’s Pet Transportation department gives you step-by-step instructions on how to correctly measure your pet before transportation. The video also includes tips on choosing the right size kennel for your dog, whether it is for a short trip or for a relocation across the globe. Read more

ask louiseQuestionHi Louise, there is a really strong possibility that my husband and I will be moving to Dubai later in the year, however we have a 2 year old Golden Retriever and our main concerns are how he will cope with the heat and what opportunities there are for his exercise.

Any information you can provide on how dogs thrive happily, and best places to live that would provide some outdoor walking area would be extremely helpful. Read more

PET TAXIS DUBA1 Fridge-page-001Pet Taxis Dubai, were formed in late 2013 to supply a service to all animal lovers in the UAE. Due to animals being banned from travel on all forms of public transport Pet Taxis Dubai collect, transport and deliver pets to any vets, day care centres and spas etc. All drivers are UK expats who have had experience in a veterinary practice or in some other professional capacity working with animals. “Our drivers are all from a culture where animals are treated as an important member of the family which gives our customers real comfort in knowing that regardless of any eventuality the animal’s safety and comfort will be given priority”. Read more

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