Jess, gorgeous Kelpie is getting prepared for her Titer Blood test scheduled in Bali, so she can head downunder to Melbourne in 6 months time via our Malaysian transfer facility. Thank you to Rudi Sugiarto our Manager.
We are almost at the end of another busy month and we are really loving what we do. Assisting people to take their beloved pets with them when they move internationally. The immense pleasure we feel when you pick up your beloved pet is beyond measure and it is the reason we do what we do.
We genuinely care for your pets and take the utmost care to ensure their journey is the best experience possibly.
If you are looking at moving your pet then make sure you talk to us before making any decisions. We will give you the best and most accurate information that you need to make your pets day!
Ask us anything!
Here are a selected few pets we have or are moving this month!
Poppy the pretty Bali dog finally reunited with her Mom Pamela, after a long journey from Jakarta straight to Shanghai.
After a quick 7 days hassle free quarantine, it was a lovely reunion for both.
Do contact us for any enquiries regarding relocation for your beloved furbabies .
Kaki, Kuping and Lilz, now officially ex Bali dogs have started their 7 month journey from Jakarta to Perth. Currently in sunny Penang where they will be boarded for the regulatory 60 days while undergoing specific blood test to comply with Australian import rules. They will then begin their 10,000km journey- 6,500km from Kuala Lumpur to Melbourne and 3,500km from Melbourne to Perth. Talkabout racking up some serious mileage!! Do watch this space for more updates on the Fantastic 3!!
Say hello to Mac and Jax!!! These beautiful dogs are heading for an
adventure of a lifetime ????
Coming in from China and heading on to New Zealand, they will make a 6 month pit stop in the sunny?? island of Penang to comply with New Zealand regulations. Here they will be cared for and showered with lots of love and also undergo compulsory blood testing that is sent to the UK before they move to the second part of their journey✈✈
Snub nose dogs are quite difficult to move as very few airlines take them. However, if you have a snub nose breed, do feel free to drop us a message and we will answer all your questions on how to take your fur babies with you.
Yes, in partnership with our sister company Jetfast Logistics in Australia, we also relocate families & their personal effects, these 2 fur babies are just doing their vet checks in Melbourne & will depart 2 weeks after their mum & dad are relocated to Indonesia. www.furbabypetrelocations.com specialist worldwide pet relocation services. Contact us to arrange or enquire about a pet relocation for your fur family.