Monthly Archives: October 2023

Taking Maui and Teddy to Sweden, and bringing Nova to the UK

Courier Gwen took dogs Teddy and Maui to Sweden from London. On her return journey to the UK, she had another dog, Nova, for company all the way to Hertfordshire. Maui, a dog from London to Sweden Handsome German Shepherd Dog Maui belongs to Amy. We collected him from Amy in London, who flew on ahead to be ready to greet him when he arrived in Stockholm. Amy giving Maui a proper send-off in London Stopping off for a walk in Germany Maui very relaxed A soulful look from Maui on arrival [...]

By |2023-10-17T11:56:26+01:00Tuesday, October 17, 2023|pet transport|19 Comments

How do you move 19 pets from France to England in a hurry?

Courier Huw is just back from helping Emma and Chris move 19 pets from France to England in a hurry. In fact, the couple have 24 pets altogether. The whole family of humans, cats and dogs was relocating from the Montluçon area in central France to Nottingham. Emma admits she is 'full on' with all her pets, and it was out of the question to leave any of them behind. Initially, Emma and Chris planned to transport all the pets themselves, making five separate trips. But when Emma got back to France after the first run, she was so [...]

By |2023-10-12T14:16:06+01:00Thursday, October 12, 2023|pet travel by road|24 Comments

Helping to re-establish ospreys in Spain

We were delighted to be asked again to help transport osprey chicks in a project to re-establish ospreys in Spain. The project, put together by the RSPB in conjunction with their counterparts in Spain, involves transporting young birds from the Scottish Highlands to Denia. Osprey experts sourced birds from this year's chicks based on criteria such as the strength of the individual birds, and their capability to pair and settle down to help establish the population in Spain. The journey started at midnight on day one, as Courier Huw and Pedro, an osprey expert from Spain, loaded up the [...]

By |2023-10-06T10:21:25+01:00Friday, October 6, 2023|TRACES, wild bird air travel|21 Comments
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