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Issue 16


"A bird does not sing because it has an answer. It sings because it has a song."

Chinese Proverb

WELCOME
We're in the thick of it now! 
We're jetting pets right this moment to all corners of the world! Within the few short months that constitute summer we'll plan the moves of hundreds of furry family members. This issue offers a quick glimpse into what our counselors are noticing in the world of pet transport and what our pet parents are telling us about their experiences so far during this very hectic travel season.

WorldCare proudly offers the most experienced pet transport staff in the world, knowledgeable about dealing with extremely complex destinations and situations. Our international network of partners is extensive and each one shares our commitment to the highest level of service anywhere in the industry. There is a discernible difference in the way that we manage pet moves, and we'd be thrilled to tell you about what makes our service a first-rate experience for your pet or the pet of your transferee. We welcome hearing about the upcoming move of your pup or feline, your rabbit, your chinchilla or your chicken - every one of your family's fabulous pets. Reach out to us now at reece@worldcarepet.com.

What's Happening Now

in Pet Transport

Since we manage the moves of so many pets, we readily observe the shifts and trends, and what practices remain steady. Here's what's trending!

Continuing Flight Embargoes Airlines continue to impose heat embargoes on snub-nosed pets due to their potential for respiratory distress in high heat conditions. However, we have solutions that might assist you if you are seeking to move a brachycephalic breed of cat or dog. Here's one report from a customer in just that situation:  "Absolutely fantastic experience with WCP! Our (pet relocation counselor) was communicative and responsive, and you could tell she loves animals (a great trait for this business!). They are not inexpensive, but our two dogs are like children to us and to get them safely to London (from Las Vegas), the price was more than worth it. One of our dogs is snub-nosed, so we were a bit worried about having him in the air (especially from the desert) but they provided a flight option that is specifically for snub-nosed animals, and that made us feel 100% better about the travel. I would use WCP again in an instant!"
(L.T. on the travel of Peas and Mike)

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Is Your Pet's Move
Worrying You?

What Others Are Saying About Their Relocation This Summer

"I was very apprehensive of Sophie's travel.  As a feline, a bad experience would stay with her for a long time.  Even though she is quite even tempered, a international flight is tough for any animal.  She arrived to my new home in Switzerland, relaxed and at ease.  She was alert and curious about her surroundings but very comfortable.  This could only be as a result of the good care she received in the transport.  A big thank you! to all WorldCare pet people who were involved in her move."    C.T.

"We have moved 11 times, around the world from the US to Germany then to China and now back to the US, and this has been the best experience and service we have received.  The continual communication and updates were extraordinary.  This was definitely an extraordinary customer experience."  G.S.

"We have had lots of problems and worries overall with our relocation BUT we have worried zero about our most precious cargo, our dogs, because WorldCare Pet...did such a great job with them and we felt completely confident in the arrangements and care for our dogs."      J.M.

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Summer 2014

In This Issue
What's Trending Now
Worried About Your Pet's Move?
Australia Prep
Boombie's Mammoth Move
Pet-friendly Hotels in Montana
Featured Article 

Pets-on-the-Move FAQs

How can I prepare for my pet's move to Australia?

We move many pets to Australia each year and know that the step-by-step process can appear daunting, but it is manageable! Australia breaks down countries into three approved categories depending on the incidence of rabies. Each category presents a different scenario for moving a dog or cat. If a dog or cat is entering Australia from a Category 1 country (such as New Zealand) they can enter more immediately and no quarantine time or import permit is required. Coming from a Category 2 country (considered rabies-free), there is also no wait time to enter Australia. However, an import permit and 10 days of mandatory quarantine are required.  

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REUNITED

Boombie's Mammoth Move! 

W e always appreciate hearing the concerns of pet owners and how we might best address each pet's individual needs. Boombie had a long trip in front of her, and we couldn't have been more excited for her and for her family when they were finally reunited! We imagine those really wonderful moments as being chock full of joy, relief and oodles of cuddles! Here is what Boombie's family told us . . . 

"We had already relocated internationally four times, and each time has been fraught with anxiety and worry as to how our fur baby, 'Boombie' would fare at the hands of strangers in charge of her relocation.  

 

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PET FRIENDLY PLACES
Montana

Delight your dog with a three-hour cruise on Flathead Lake in Bigfork!

Take a look at hotels.petswelcome.com/montana
for more great travel ideas.

Some hotels that graciously welcome
furry friends are:


Rainbow Ranch in Big Sky,
 Wilson's Yellowstone River Motel
 in Gardiner and
Ramada Bozeman just
to name a few.


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TO ALL OF OUR CLIENTS

 Thank you for considering our services as part of your relocation process. 

As you and your pets travel, all of us at WorldCare Pet Transport wish you safe journeys

and joyful experiences. To contact WorldCare Pet send your e-mail to: Reece@WorldCarePet.com.

 

"I embrace emerging experience. I participate in discovery. I am a butterfly.

I want the experience of a butterfly."

by William Stafford