In addition to ensuring that you have an amazing trip, I want everything to go smoothly for your traveling pets as well. If you have never visited another country with your furry friend, you probably don't know all the steps to take both before traveling or once you arrive; I am very familiar with this process, as I bring my beloved Miss. Vida with me wherever I go. As Sidonie Gabrielle Colette says "Our perfect companions never have fewer than four feet."

So let me guide you through the process and ensure that your travels go smoothly for both you and your pet.

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Traveling with Small Dogs

Hi, Everyone, please meet Miss Vida. This baby girl is a 9-year-old Yorkie that travels around the world with me. She has been everywhere from Brazil to the Maldives and beyond. Traveling with Miss Vida has taught me a lot over the years; things that I think everyone who travels with pets should know. If you are someone who travels with small dogs or… Read More

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Bringing your dog to Brazil

Even though the procedure is simplified, domestic dogs and cats must fulfill some health requirements to be allowed to enter Brazil. These requirements are: Animals that are 90 days or older are required to have vaccination against rabies. This vaccine needs to be approved by the Veterinarian Authority in the country of origin. If the animal is younger than 90 days, entry to the… Read More

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Bringing your dog to United States

CDC regulations require that dogs imported into the United States are healthy and are vaccinated against rabies before arrival into the United States. These requirements apply equally to all dogs, including puppies and service animals. Please visit a local veterinarian to help with documents and don’t forget to get all documents authenticate by the local agriculture department. Documents Information:  Proof of Rabies Vaccination Rabies… Read More

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Bringing your dog to Europe

The easier way to travel around Europe with your dog is to get an EU Pet Passport.  Only authorized vets in Europe and in the UK can get you a pet passport. If you are bringing your pet for the first time from outside of the EU you will need to bring all documents and get an approval from the Animal Health and Veterinary… Read More

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Pet Jetting

Meet Miss Vida. She is my 7-year-old Yorkie, and she travels all around the world with me. Sure, I have taken plenty of trips without her, but none of my travels are as enjoyable as when she is with me. Not only do I want to make sure that you have an outstanding trip, but when you choose to travel with your furry friend,… Read More

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