Jetpets

Jetpets

Jetpets are the trusted pet travel people. Pet welfare, comfort and safety is their number one priority.

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+613 9339 4300 – Worldwide | 1300 668 309 – Australia Wide

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Jetpets Head Office
PO Box 666
Tullamarine,
Victoria
Australia
3043

Are you planning a move interstate or overseas? Are you worried about leaving a furry member of the family behind? Here's the good news - you don't have to! Jetpets can transport your pet to your new home, making the prospect of a fresh start in a new city or country just that little bit easier.

Who are Jetpets?

Jetpets are the trusted pet travel people. Whether your pet needs to travel interstate or overseas, with Jetpets you know their welfare, comfort and safety come first. Jetpets have been proudly moving pets for over 25 years. The team at Jetpets reunites thousands of families each year, and this isn't limited to just dogs and cats, but includes other household pets such as birds, rabbits, reptiles, and fish.

With offices throughout Australia, New Zealand the U.S, as well as established partners in all other popular ports, pets can travel anywhere in the world with Jetpets.

Jetpets know that a pet is an incredibly important part of the family, that's why their expert pet travel consultants will organise the relocation process, to ensure your pets move is seamless.

Maintaining a strong focus on personalised service Jetpets will coordinate all aspects of the journey, from a door-to-door transportation service and the provision of pet health checks, to comfort stops and the convenience of our pet transit lounges, to the coordination of all necessary paperwork and quarantine compliance. Importantly, Jetpets resident vets are not an optional extra but a standard inclusion for overseas travel. Overseas travellers also receive Jetpets stay dry fleece mats for that added comfort and your pet's crate can be provided prior to travel to assist in travel crate familiarisation. Boarding can also be arranged.

With excellent working relationships with all of the major airlines, Jetpets is also able to ensure pets travel on the quickest and most direct routes - getting them to their new homes as soon as possible!

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