Animalcouriers recently made two private pet travel trips from Greece to the UK and from Scotland to Norway. On a private road trip, one family’s pet or pets travel on their own with one of our couriers. A private trip is an alternative to:
- A scheduled trip, where pets from several families travel at the same time and costs are shared
- A dedicated trip, which is dedicated to one client’s travel dates, and may be shared with a small number of other pets
Mack, a dog from Greece to the UK
When Danny and Trish were planning their relocation from Greece to the UK, they didn’t want Mack, who is Trish’s emotional support dog, to fly. Instead, they asked Animalcouriers to make a private road trip to collect Mack in Athens and drive him to the UK in style.
Courier John was happy to oblige, travelling to Athens to collect gorgeous Mack, booking into dog-friendly hotels overnight, and making time for plenty of cuddles and walks.
A very happy reunion in Surrey for Danny and Trish with Mack
We received a lovely note, saying: “Thank you for taking such incredible care of Mack and being so wonderful with staying in touch…We know Mack had the best time with you…Thank you for giving us so much peace of mind knowing Mack was in the best hands.”
Kiloh, a dog from Scotland to Norway
Lovely Kiloh belongs to Heather, who works in Stavanger, Norway. When Heather needed to get Kiloh back to Stavanger from Aberdeen, she asked Animalcouriers for help.
Courier Paul headed straight to Aberdeen to collect Kiloh for his private four-day road trip to Norway.
Heather wrote to say: “I just wanted to say thank you to everyone involved in transporting Kiloh from Aberdeen to Stavanger. Special thanks to courier Paul who was amazing with all my questions and keeping me updated on how Kiloh was during the trip.”
Arriving at the port of Stavanger
It was a cold but beautiful day
Heather so happy to be reunited with Kiloh
Home in time for lunch!
One of Stavanger’s many picturesque lakes
Admiral Cruys, born in Stavanger in 1655, was the first commander of the Russian Baltic Fleet, and made the first maps of Azov Sea and Don River
This drill bit is on display outside the Norwegian Petroleum Museum — a reminder that Stavanger is the cradle of the Norwegian oil industry