Since the start of the pandemic in early 2020, life has changed dramatically for humans as well as their pets. As the workforce returns to the office, pet parents might be surprised to learn how much anxiety this new separation could cause their pets.
The term “brachycephalic” is often used by airlines when determining which pets can and cannot fly. In this post, we discuss what makes a pet brachycephalic and what is means for your travel plans!
Summer is coming and so are those higher temperatures. As much as our canine kids enjoy the sun and fun that comes along with this dog-loving season, we must be aware of the dangers of rising temperatures
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As the day of your pet’s departure nears, you can experience mixed emotions – including worry and excitement. Many healthy pets handle airline travel just fine when cared for and transported the proper way. At WorldCare Pet Transport, all arrangements are made with your pet’s safety and comfort as our FIRST priority. Here are some ways that you can prepare for the day that your pet travels.