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Articles Tagged 'Pets'


WATCH: Scottish Man Surprised by Dog’s Acrobatic Garden Escape

Thomas McCormack, 34, from Croy, North Lanarkshire, Scotland, was on his way to work when his four-year-old dog Paddy jumped up beside him on the commuter train. McCormack was in shock, as he had no idea how Paddy had gotten out of the fenced-in garden and made his way to the train station, reports the […]


#MindTheChat Q&A: How to Travel with Pets

Pet Relocation, based out of Austin, Texas, acts as a travel agent when relocating your pet, whether it be in the United States or overseas, offering services like corporate and military pet relocation, the relocation of large and exotic pets. We were joined by the company, tweeting from @PetRelocation, Wednesday (December 3) for a @MindtheGap_BBCA […]


8 Things to Consider Before Moving Pets to America

Can’t stand the thought of giving up your very British bulldog just because you’re relocating to America? So, bring him with you. But before you crate up your mutt or moggy, consider the following. Are they likely to thrive abroad? Be honest and ask yourself if your beloved furry friend will be able to cope […]

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Sheffield Man Sets Up “Pet Cam” to Film Escape

Matt Hirst, a resident of Sheffield, England, went to work as usual but came home to find his cat, Dexter, and dog, Gizmo, had the run of the house, reports BBC News. The first day you might think, that’s funny; the second day might involve some head scratching; by the third day, it’s just like, […]


Expats: How to Move Your Pets to America

Alas, the U.S. doesn’t currently issue visas for emigrating pets, and they’re not likely to introduce a four-legged aisle at Grosvenor Square anytime soon. But if you can’t imagine life without your mutt, you can move Fido to Florida or Rover to Rhode Island. Before you do, consider how your animal will cope with long-haul […]