We have been shipping dogs by air to all the major continents for over 40 years and as such have a vast amount of experience which we can call upon when we encounter the odd unexpected problem. Shipping live animals to any country requires an in depth (and current) knowledge of the different rules that apply to the import of animals for a given country.
If you are emigrating or moving abroad for a period of time and want to take your pet dog, or dogs with you then if you plan ahead, it will be a fairly easy process with the least amount of stress for you and your dog(s). Planning ahead means getting all the relevant vaccinations and any other veterinary treatments out the way early which means that your pets will not be suffering side effects when they travel. It’s also a good idea to get all documentation completed and ready to go with plenty of time to spare before your departure date.
Passportforpets.co.uk is a division of Airsupply Shipping located near London’s Heathrow Airport. We offer a range of dog shipping services that can include a “door to door” collection and delivery if you so wish. Our pricing is open and transparent with no hidden fees and we will be pleased to offer any help and support you may require to get your pet safely to your new home.
This website provides a wealth of information about the import requirements of various countries relating to the import of dogs but if your destination is not listed under the “Destination Requirements” tab (above) then simply contact us by completing the online quotation form, or our quick enquiry form or you can call us free using the number at the top of this page.
IATA Approved Flight Kennels
All dogs shipped by air must be housed in an IATA approved kennel which is suitable for the size of the dog being transported. Food and water must also be included in the kennel for long journeys and some airlines do exercise any dogs being shipped in the hold on significant stop-overs but for security reasons, this is not something that you (if you are travelling on the same aircraft) would be allowed to do yourself.
Please use one of our forms to make an enquiry or call our office and talk to one of our friendly and knowledgeable staff who will be pleased to assist you with any questions you may have.