THE ONLY PET TRANSPORT SERVICE RUN BY A VET
We offer a tailored and caring international pet transport service from Sydney. Our own government accredited quarantine vet and his staff will work with you to ensure your pet’s transport overseas goes smoothly, from booking the flights to ensuring all travel documentation is perfect and to waving goodbye at the airport.
Prepare for your relocation overseas knowing your pet will be be cared for by our trained veterinary staff, including pick up and collection from your Sydney home (all suburbs) and checking in at the airport. We never have precious pets sitting in delivery vans. Choosing our Pet Fly service ensures a tailored, one on one experience for you and your pet.
- Competitive rates, all over Sydney service
- Your pet’s own quarantine vet to make travel arrangements
- Comfy beds and vet-approved meals until the plane is due to fly
- Luxurious cat hotel or plush dog hotel free of charge for one night
- Lodgement of all documentation with quarantine and airlines
- Health check and quarantine certification
- Air conditioned personal escort to the airport by trained veterinary staff
- Airline approved travel crates with room to snooze
- Pheromone appeasing spray in every crate
- Free nail clip and shampoo for every pet transport client
Thank you so very, VERY much again Hamish to you and your wonderful team of Holly, Trudy, Emma, Alana and the other girls - you have all done a magnificent job of looking after Shadow and we were absolutely delighted and relieved at the attention, love and care that he received from you all. Many, many thanks again from us all.
Pet Fly is a fantastic service. I cannot thank you and your staff enough. You were absolutely fantastic and there is no hesitation in my mind that I would absolutely recommend your services to anyone who wants to fly their pet overseas. I cannot praise your service enough. You made the whole process so much easier.
I have to thank you sincerely for the superb service and reassurance you have provided throughout the journey to get Molly to the UK. It’s such a worrying time, but I always felt that you understood my concerns and alleviated them.
Let’s talk. Tell us which flight you are planning on taking and we’ll let you know if we can get your pet on that flight.
Unfortunately, we do not transport short/snub nosed dogs and cats due to respiratory health concerns for these breeds on long haul flights. Breeds include, but are not limited to: Pugs, Boxers, Bulldogs, Persians.
All flights into and most flights out of Australia don’t allow pets to travel in the cabin, with the exception of service dogs.
In a special pressurized, temperature controlled area of the plane. Pets are better off here as they don’t have to contend with noisy passengers disturbing their rest.
Before you fly, your pet needs a final vet check and be well hydrated before the flight. Your pet also needs quarantine papers lodged in person. We take care of all of that.
We will need all these measurements before providing you with a quote.
Measure from the base of the tail to the tip of the nose (A)
Add half of the leg measure (B)
Measure width of shoulder (C)
and times by two
Measure height from floor to top of head (D)
Pussycats generally go in the one crate size, however, some larger cats need a slightly larger crate. Our vet will measure your cat at the initial consultation.
We want to make sure your pet is ready for boarding, so we arrange airline approved crates for you in the exact size required. Crates that are too small, low or narrow may compromise your pet’s health.
We supply comfortable, absorbent bedding for the flight. Most countries destroy this bedding on arrival to due to the quarantine risk.
We ensure a water container is fixed inside the crate, with an external funnel leading into the water container. The people handling your pooch or pussycat top-up the water from outside. The crate cannot be opened after it’s sealed by authorities in Sydney.
The more notice the better! We need to arrange for the relevant treatments, inspections and documentation to be completed. Some countries, for example, require a rabies vaccination to be given at least 30 days before the date of departure.
We do not sedate pooches or pussycats in case there is an adverse reaction during flight.