Dog transport and Cat Transport Service England and Europe
Dog transport and Cat Transport service England Europe
We offer Reliable, Friendly dogtransport and cat transport service between the United Kingdom and European countries. Our primary pet transport route is through the northern edge of France, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Hungary and back to England. Click on this link to see our full Pet transport route info
Our next scheduled dog transport and cat transport to Europe leaves England on
Tuesday the 21st of August 2018 We have room for 5 dogs or cats
On the way back on Saturday the 25th we are collecting dogs, cats and other small animals in Europe, in Hungary, Slovakia, Austria, Germany, Luxembourg, Belgium, Netherlands and arriving back into England on Sunday the 26th.
and we have room for 5 dogs or cats
We also have a free of charge seat for someone who wants to travel with their dog or cat.
Our August 2018 small animal transport is on time as always
Our scheduled pet transport service dates for the entire year of 2018
Don’t forget to check out the EU pet passport requirements
This is what you need to have in the Dog’s or Cat’s passport in order to bring them into the UK
If you don’t have time to do it right, When will you have time to do it over?
When you are unable to take your dog, cat or small animal, call our dog and cat transport service. We’ll be happy to transport your pets to your new location in Europe.
We have a friendly, timely and reliable dog transport and cat transport service. Our vehicles have windows all around with plenty of light flooding in during the day, there is no divider wall either between the front and back in our Vans. This allow us to monitor the pets during the trip and also giving them a nice and warm feeling of not being abandoned like if they were in a separated/divided rear cargo area.
We also supply the proper size removable dog transport and cat transport wire carriers for the pets, the kind that allows them to have a 360 degree view (because they are extremely curious and must know what’s going on or else….. .) and free air circulation and easily cleanable to avoid diseases. Unlike some cages that only let them have a limited view, making them feel enclosed. We don’t use built in carriers (cages) as they pose a huge risk of diseases, due to the crevices and corners butting up against each other and the wall of the vehicle and are almost impossible to clean, allowing bacterial and viral growth that can make the pets sick. We take out and wash all cages with bleach after every transport to avoid infections.
All animals travel in separate carriers, unless the owner request them to travel together in one cage. Cats can also travel in wire carriers or in a cat carrier, but we prefer the wire carriers for the same above reason for being curious and like to see what’s happening around them (360 degree view).
We can collect pets from family, friends, kennels or breeders. All we need is for you to call us. We also have a couple of extra seats in the vehicle if someone wants to travel with their dog or cat. These free seats are going fast, let us know in time if you’d like one.
During our dog transport and cat transport we stop several times for walking the dogs and at the same time we check on all of them to make sure everything is alright.
We feed the pets in the evening and in the morning, unless otherwise requested by their owner.
If any of the pets are taking medication or need ointment we’ll be happy to administer it
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What do I need to travel with my own dog or cat from England to Europe
The dog and cat needs an EU pet passport. A microchip implanted and valid rabies vaccination. The valid rabies vaccination means; if your dog or cat had not had a rabies vaccination before, 21 days must pass after vaccination before they can travel to another European country. If they have had a rabies vaccination in the past, but expired even by one (1) day, the 21 days must pass before they can travel.
Pet passport is issued by veterinarians.
If you have the above, you can legally take your dog from the United Kingdom to the countries in the European Union. Coming back into the England you will need all of the above, plus a worm treatment for dogs only that has to be administered by a licensed veterinarian and he has to enter the date, the hour and the minute into the pet’s passport. Going out of England no worm treatment needed, only coming back and only for dogs.
The worm treatment is only valid for 120 hours, but you have to wait 24 hours before it becomes valid and be able to enter the UK with your dog, so in effect you have 96 more hours to enter. If you don’t bring the dog back within that time frame the worm treatment and the 24 hours waiting period has to be repeated.
If you take your dog out of the United Kingdom and want to bring it back you have to do this every time before re-entering unless you come back within the 120 hours period. Cats don’t need to have worm treatment.
Here you can read a detailed page by page instruction of what documentation you’ll need for traveling with your pets in the EU
Dog transport and Cat transport service to Austria, pet transport to Germany, dog transport to Belgium, Pet transport to Netherlands, dog transport to Luxemburg. We transport dogs and cats in Europe
Call or email Pet Transport EU small animal transport service for transporting your pets in Europe
Phone: 07717 577 532
Dog transport and cat transport service from Calais kennels
If your Dog or Cat had to be left in a Dog or Cat hotel in Calais France for improper passport or paperwork. Just give us a call on any day and we’ll transport them to the UK the same day or next day or as soon as the error is rectified