Month: September 2021

This Hurricane Season, Don’t Forget to Plan for Your Pet’s Evacuation

Hurricane season will be with us until November 30, and we are already seeing storms hit the United States. Traditionally, the Southern and Eastern coasts are most at risk, and that means that the wise person will have an evacuation plan “just in case.” However, don’t forget your pets, who are often left behind in …

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How to Take Your Pet Safely and Conveniently with You on Holiday Trips

Believe it or not, we are already hitting fall, and Thanksgiving and Christmas are just around the corner. Where did 2021 go? As the holidays approach, most of us will begin to make our travel plans for the busiest time of year and will get some sticker shock at the price of airline tickets (if …

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Will You Be Relocating a Large Dog? Here is What to Expect and Consider

You may have a beloved counter-cruiser in your home, one of those dogs that is so big that they can easily snatch food off your counter with a quick twist of their head. They might even weigh well over 100 pounds and be bigger than your son. You and your family have doubtlessly grown used …

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A Day in the Life of a Pet Shipper

Flying or driving pets from city to city, state to state, or even country to country sounds like a wonderfully fun job, doesn’t it? As a pet relocator, your four-footed passengers are everything from baby Chihuahuas to Maine coon cats, and it’s your job to earn their trust, handle them gently, and take them from …

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Back to School: Vaccines for Puppies Made Simple

It’s a dangerous world out there for our little dog friends: rabies, distemper, and other diseases lurk around many corners, waiting to make our buddies sick unless we vaccinate them. If you are thinking about bringing a puppy home from a breeder, you might be even more concerned, as your friend will be exposed to …

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Is Traveling By Plane Or By Ground Less Stressful for Your Pet? Blue Collar Pet Transport Weighs In on the Debate

Let’s face it: no animal is ever truly going to enjoy flying, at least not instinctively. There are very few Snoopys in the world who are ready to climb aboard their (doghouse) plane and start flying the friendly skies. The sounds, the smells, the unfamiliar people – it all makes for an unfamiliar environment that …

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Blue Collar Pet Transport Supports Ethical Animal Shipping

The owner of Blue Collar Pet Transport, Richard Hardy, started his company because he heard all too often the horror stories of pet owners who couldn’t find safe shipping for their cats and dogs. “No animal lover wants their pet to be stored in the cargo hold of a plane,” he says. “How traumatizing for …

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As More Scams Offering Fake Puppies Are Uncovered, Be Careful Who You Buy From

According to the Better Business Bureau, scams targeting pet lovers in search of a new dog or puppy are growing. America’s most popular pet has been in high demand this past year because of the COVID virus and resulting lockdown. With millions of people working from home, many decided to turn to man’s best friend …

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