International Pet Transport to England
Complete door-to-door pet transport service to the United Kingdom
With an experienced in-house team of pet travel consultants, resident vets and pet handlers, Jetpets is the pet transport company you can trust to have your fur baby transported safely from Australia to the UK. We can provide a complete door-to-door pet transport service to the UK with destinations including but not limited to London, Manchester and Glasgow.
Whether your pet is a dog, cat, bird, rabbit or any other animal, you can rest assured that your pet’s comfort, safety and welfare is our number one priority. For the best overseas pet travel to the United Kingdom, make sure you choose the friendly team at Jetpets.
Why Choose Jetpets?
Setting the highest standards of care
Jetpets Melbourne has become the first pet transport company in the Asia Pacific Region to be awarded The Centre of Excellence for Live Animals Logistics (CEIV) Certification, and is one of only five companies in the world to have received the honour.
“Jetpets customers can be confident that their precious animals are traveling in safe and healthy conditions” – Glyn Hughes, IATA Global Head of Cargo
Mark & Mya’s Jetpets Experience
Let us organise your UK pet travel needs – you won’t have to lift a finger!
Our Pet Travel Consultants:
- Find out all about your pet. Regardless of whether your pet is a dog, cat, rabbit or guinea pig they are all treated as VIPs – very important pets!
- Provide expert advice on preparing your pet for international travel, covering UK’s quarantine and customs requirements
- Help you decide on the best airline-approved travel crate to ensure your pet travels comfortably, including a stay dry fleece mat
- Arrange for your pet’s travel crate to be delivered to your home prior to your relocation – this is a great time to help familiarise your pet with their travel crate
- Book your pet on the most direct flight to the UK
- Arrange a comfort stop along the way
- Can arrange a door-to-door pet transport service, from your home in Australia to your new residence in the United Kingdom
- Prepare your pet’s personalised itinerary
- Contact us via our 24-hour customer service line should any concerns or questions pop up
- Can even take care of your flight to match your pet’s itinerary through Jetaway travel
Our Resident Vets:
- Specialise in international animal transport to the UK and can provide all animals with the correct treatments they need before travelling
- Will ensure all documents and treatments for UK pet travel are completed accurately for a hassle-free relocation
- Can come and visit you at home as a complimentary part of our service (state dependent)
- Will give your pet a health check at our Jetpets Transit Lounge prior to their flight
Our Pet Handlers:
- Can personally come to your house and professionally fit your pet to the perfect sized crate (in metropolitan areas) prior to your pet’s trip to the UK
- Will take care of your pet on the day of travel, showering them with plenty of love, attention and walks
- Check your pet in for their flight at the airport, ensuring they have been to the toilet and have plenty of water available for a comfortable flight
- Will provide pet updates to keep you informed how their journey is progressing
Our Pet Transit Lounges:
- Jetpets Transit Lounges allow for priority pet check-in
- Are conveniently located near major airports in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Perth so you don’t have to deal with airport traffic
- Your pet will be able to have a stretch and relax out of their travel crate before and/or after their flight
- Provide peace of mind knowing your pet will be taken care of if their flight is delayed or cancelled
- Our resident vets are located at our pet transit lounges to ensure your pet is fit to fly
Did you know?
- The captain of the aircraft is aware that your loved one is on board their flight
- The captain will set the temperature to approx. 18 degrees Celsius so that the animals are comfortable
- The cabin is dimly lit so that your loved one can see what is going on around them
- What we feel and hear in the cabin of the plane is the same as what animals experience (except in a travel crate they have much more leg room than us!)
|PET TRANSPORT UK FAQS|
Behind the Scenes at the Airport
FAQs – International Pet Transport to UK
Q: Can I bring a dog into the UK?
Yes, you can, you just need to follow a few important rules. Your pet will need to be microchipped, hold a pet passport or third-country official veterinary certificate, have a valid vaccination against rabies and other requirements, depending on where your pet will be travelling from.
Jetpets can provide you with all the advice you need for your pet to travel to the UK, including ensuring that all documents, vetwork and treatments are accurately completed, to ensure an easy and stress-free experience.
Q: How much does it cost to transport a pet to the UK?
There are many factors that go into pet transport prices, including flight routes and destinations, size and weight of your pet, level of service provided and more. With Jetpets, you can rest assured that our quotes can be made all-inclusive, delivering a boutique experience for you and your pet – no hidden costs or surprises. We follow strict internal and external policies to ensure your pet’s comfort and safety during travel, so our pet transport prices already include full-service provisions such as organising comfort stops for your pet along their journey and collecting your pet from the airport should there by a flight delay or cancellation.
Your Jetpets pet travel consultant will talk you through all the available options, as well as provide you with a customised itinerary and quotation for your pet’s travel to the UK.
Q:Is there a quarantine for dogs coming into the UK?
As long as your pet has fulfilled all of the import requirements, they will not need to go into quarantine.
Q: Do dogs need passports in the UK?
To travel from Australia to the UK, your dog won’t need to have a pet passport. However, you will need to get an official veterinary certificate from an authorised vet, amongst other supporting documents.
If you plan to travel to or within the EU after arriving in the UK, you will need to get a pet passport upon arrival.