New: Fly & Drive
Wherever practical, or as an alternative to Air Transport, CCPS offers a COMPLETE ROAD TRANSPORT SERVICE.
CCPS can provide services at: Brussels Airport (BRU) Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS/SPL) Frankfurt (FRA) and Paris (CDG).
Fly & Drive Solutions
CCPS offers custom fly & drive solutions for your Pet Relocations. Cost effective and a very efficient Pet Relocation Service.
Although AUSTRALIA has made it’s import requirements easier, it is still imperative that everything is done correctly to ensure your pet qualifies for the minimum amount of quarantine!
SOUTH AFRICA has very stringent import requirements, which include a range of blood tests for dogs. We can assist you in the importation process making your dog or cat’s entry into South Africa a smooth one!
The U.S.A. has recently updated it’s import requirements. We can guide you through the new rules and regulations required!
NEW ZEALAND still requires rigorous blood testing for dogs. Import licences are only valid for 10 (ten) days meaning that correct timing is essential. We can help you get the timing right!
At Cwm Cadno Pet Services we know just how nerve racking relocating your pet can be. So many questions need to be asked- but you are not sure who to ask.
Let us help you make your pet’s relocation a smooth journey whether it be by road or air or a combination of both. Our qualifications allow us to offer you a complete service from counselling on acclimatisation of your dog into a travel crate to relocation to your new front door.
This gives you the time to concentrate on your own move.
Cwm Cadno Pet Services can offer you a top quality pet relocation service by organising:
• Air & road transportation.
• 24-hour call back service for delayed/ cancelled flights.
• Door-to-door delivery.
• Alternative quarantine.
• We can arrange short & long term stay boarding at excellent boarding facilities.
• On-site veterinary services including blood tests and health certificates.
• Photo service for owner updates.
•We provide services at: Brussels Airport (BRU) Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS/SPL) Frankfurt (FRA) and Paris (CDG).
Cwm Cadno is approved by the FAVV Member of IPATA and ATA.
Cwm Cadno Pet Services (CCPS) can provide services at: Brussels Airport (BRU) Amsterdam Schiphol (AMS/SPL) Frankfurt (FRA) and Paris (CDG).
We routinely collect and deliver pets to and from these Airports and ensure that your Pet is properly crated and that ALL the paperwork is in order.
This avoids refusal by an Airline to carry your pet, and makes the whole transfer as stress-free as possible for your pet
Special note about Pet Travel Crates: The correct size and type of pet travel crate is very important otherwise your pet can be refused by the airline at the time of check in.
If you are not sure which size or type of travel crate you need for your pet CCPS will advise you!
Wherever practical, or as an alternative to Air Transport, CCPS offers a COMPLETE ROAD TRANSPORT SERVICE. This includes:-
Scheduled collections and deliveries throughout Europe and United Kingdom.
Continuous monitoring and regular stops for your pet en route.
All veterinary checks and preparations for travel can be completed on-site.
Fully-equipped, climate controlled vehicles with experienced drivers.
Fully licensed service approved for pet transport by the Belgian Ministry of agriculture. (FAVV)
Full door-to-door services on any day and at any time.
Quick reactions to changing situations.
Cwm Cadno Air Conditioned Pet Transport
Please note below why we recommend Road Services where possible:-
CCPS are owner-drivers, with years of experience in the pet industry giving direct service and individual attention.
Pets are NOT grouped with other pets.
One experienced handler who can build trust with your pet.
Direct from door to door, also meaning delivery to places inaccessible by Airline Handling.
Travelling by road means that most Pets are relaxed during the journey and upon arrival at their destination.
Pets are not subjected to the strange and stressful noises that accompany air travel
Constant care and companionship for your Pet
Regular stops for leg stretching, food and water personal pet care
Pets needing medication receive their medication at the correct time even during transportation, thereby eliminating any additional health-risks.
Transportation of large Pets, particularly dogs, is not always possible by air within Europe due to crate size.
There are no “breed restrictions” as in air transport (for example, all types of snub-nosed dogs)
There are no temperature restriction; CCPS uses climate controlled vehicles
There are no unattended hours spent at airports during export, transit or import, nor at Customs Clearance (Note;-Air transport pets must be delivered a minimum of three to five hours beforehand, depending on the airline, there are often many “unattended” hours waiting for customs clearance.)
Road Travel does not rely on airline timetables.
Fly and Drive Solutions
Is the place you are moving to not serviced by a nearby airport? Are you able to travel your pet some of the journey as excess baggage? Eg to a mainland European airport but not into the UK?
Take advantage of our Fly and Drive solution. We can meet you at a mainland European airport eg Brussels,Amsterdam, Frankfurt or Paris and drive your pet further for you. This is very often a cheaper solution than travelling your pet manifest cargo
- We have a wide range of quality travel crates
- Free Advice from our full knowledge of what’s best for your pet and which ones meet your travel requirements.
- As well as custom made travel crates for giant breeds
The correct size and type of pet travel crate is very important otherwise your pet can be refused by the airline at the time of check in.
If you are not sure which size or type of travel crate you need for your pet CCPS will advise you! See photo below which explains how to measure your dog correctly.
CCPS offers the complete size range of IATA conform travel crates as well as custom made crates.
CCPS is particularly good in providing expert advice on how to acclimatize your pet to its travel crate.
International entry requirements for various countries often entail a series of blood tests, import licences, Ministry certification of documents, as well as other documentation.
Avoid mistakes and allow us to relieve you of the stress this brings by doing the whole process for you or, at least, guide you step by step.
Effective as from 29 December 2014 a new style pet passport is been introduced!
The introduction of this new style passport is made to improve the traceability and security of the passport.
What is different from the ‘old’ EU Passport? (Main changes)
The NEW EU pet Passport:
- Include laminated strips to cover those pages with the pet’s details, microchip information and each rabies vaccination entry.
- Has a dedicated page to record the details of the vet who has issued the passport.
- A ‘valid from’ date will need to be added for rabies vaccinations (excluding boosters).
Why an EU Pet Passport?
Dogs, cats and ferrets moving between Member States must be accompanied by an EU pet passport.
When relocating to a Member State of the EU, as a non-EU citizen, you should apply for an EU Passport for your pet, which can be issued based on the information available in a Third Country veterinary certificate with supporting documents.
Is the old format passport still valid?
Any passport (the ‘old’ model under 2003/803/EC) issued before 29 December 2014 will remain valid for the lifetime of the pet or until all the treatment spaces are filled. All passports issued on or after 29 December 2014 must be in the new format based on Regulation EU No. 577/2013.
Where to get an EU Pet Passport?
Any Official Veterinarian in an EU member State is licensed to write out a pet passport.
The passport must be signed and stamped with the Official Veterinarian stamp in any ink colour other than black.
Vets are not allowed to issue old models of passports after 29 December 2014.