Our door to door service from Europe to Europe or Europe to United kingdom is scheduled to depart twice per calendar month. We make every effort to meet client expectation on departure or arrival date. The high standards which we offer however, and the careful selection of couriers, ensures clients accommodate PETS for PETS to ensure their pet travels with us. Please complete the our quotation form which will be a cost from door to door with no hidden extras. Operationally and professionally transporting pets, we transport dogs and transport cats throughout the UK in addition to France, Germany, Spain, Italy and other mainland European countries. We also working witht IATA partners, shipping pets by aircraft worldwide.
Route selection will vary and will depend on our destinations. Mobile phone number of courier will be made available for regular contact and detailed ‘Expected Time of Arrival’. We do not employ sub contractors or other courier companies with all pets being personally uplifted and delivered (and cared for en route) by your dedicated courier.
We anticipate delivery in France on the same day as landing either by tunnel or ferry. A one night overnight stop is required to Costa Blanca with two nights required for Costa Del Sol. Pets are settled in their comfortable carriers with familiar items and are exercised , fed and watered by our courier. Disrupting journeys to have two or three doggy strangers in the same room as the courier does not offer a quiet night for either pet or courier hence our guests remain in their very own comfortable transport units.
Ian S. MacMaster as proprietor, has spent a career in healthcare including seven years as Director and Senior manager of Scottish Care, the representative body for adult care in Scotland. PETS for PETS takes those human values in advising on adult care and extends the ethos for the care of client’s pets. We employ professional risk assessment processes, strategies and meticulous planning to ensure the very best for your pet. Our standards are impeccable, your pet is safe.
Ian S. MacMaster
PETS for PETS