Pet Transport And Pet Shipping in Georgia
Moving your cats or dogs can be the most stressful part of your relocation, especially when you live in Georgia. If your Looking for a way on how to ship a dog or cat from Georgia Consider a Georgia Pet Shipping service.
Although you may be happy about your new abode, your cats or dogs may not be feeling so excited about the new location. The entire process of moving and relocating to a new place is usually overwhelming and for many the task of getting your pets from point A to point B is left until the last minute. Don't panic - there are some moving services or van lines in Georgia that are happy to help you move your pet to their new home.
PawsNClaws pet transport is a USDA Licensed carrier. We ensure a comfortable ground shipping option for your pet.
USDA-licensed pet relocation services meet a high level of comfort for your pets that other pets transporters cannot guarantee. For the safety of your pet, only choose a USDA-licensed pet transporter.
Transporting Your Pet To Or From Georgia
Most Georgia pet moving companies can pick up your pet from your residence in all cities in GA including:
Atlanta, Augusta, Columbus, Macon, Savannah, Athens,Sandy Springs, Albany, Roswell, Johns Creek, Warner Robbins and Alpharetta.
We are familiar with the Georgia state's freeway systems and have investigated to find the best pet friendly routes and rest stops.
The cost of shipping your pets from or to Georgia depends on your pet's size and on the pet relocation distance to be traveled .
Required Documentation 1. Health Certificate: Within 10 days of departure your vet will need to issue a Health Certificate as required by all airlines. This certificate states that your pet is in good health and OK to fly.
2. Rabies Tag (recommended): Most states require that dogs have a rabies' tag stating they've been inoculated against the disease. Usually, your animal must have a rabies' shot every three years. Again, check with your vet or the state regarding the regulations. Cats may need their rabies' shot, too - it's up to the state.