Over the last few months, much of our focus here at Worldwide Animal Travel has been reuniting pets that were stranded amidst the COVID-19 pandemic with their loved ones across the globe.
It’s something the airline industry knows all too well: cancelled flights. No matter how much time and effort you may put into planning your trip, some things are simply out of your control.
Do you have an upcoming flight planned for you and your pet? If so, there are some things you need to do well in advance to prepare your pet for their big day.
As your best friend gets older, you may notice them starting to slow down a little. It’s a perfectly normal and an unfortunate part of watching them age.
Last December, we told you about a flight we helped coordinate to Australia in order to reunite dozens of pets that were separated from their owners at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Are you considering relocating with a senior animal? Before you book your plane tickets, there are some things you should know to ensure a safe, comfortable and stress-free trip for your pet.
So you and your pet have just landed in your new destination – now what? If you’re feeling exhausted from your travels, you can only imagine how your dog or cat may be feeling.
Does the thought of flying make you anxious? If so, imagine how your pet feels!
Even in the midst of a global pandemic, that didn’t stop us from helping hundreds of animals reach their new homes in 2020!
On November 5th, in partnership with Air Canada, Worldwide Animal Travel helped coordinate a charter flight from Vancouver to Melbourne carrying 47 dogs and 19 cats, for a total of 66 pets.