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Our company is a pet taxi firm that is situated in the United Kingdom. We know that we are the greatest pet taxi company in UK, and we have a large number of repeat customers who appreciate our promptness, politeness, and exceptional value for money.
We’ve been in business for some years and have established a superb pet taxi company. Furthermore, we’ve increased our pet taxi fleet to guarantee everyone’s demands throughout the area. We want to improve in the future as well, by introducing new aspects to the company.
Our huge fleet of vehicles are the major pet vehicles provided by our company.
Your pet will fly with you in the cabin to Paris, then you will continue your journey with us as far as London through the Eurotunnel through the Pets Passport Scheme. If you have a larger dog, they will travel in the hold on your flight and will still exit the plane at the same time as you.
It takes only 35 minutes from Calais to Folkestone; this is very quick when crossing between France and the UK. This allows you to stay seated with your pet in the comfort of one of our vehicles, and they also have a pet area if you need to exit the vehicle.
We can travel all over Europe for your pets. Get in touch if you have a specific destination. This can be from Paris to London, as well as further afield.
Most airlines do not allow this, but we can provide a service instead. You are able to fly to Paris with smaller pets, and we will then pick you and your pet up and travel together through the Eurotunnel to the UK.
Each transfer is different as this will depend on the destination, but if you are going from Paris to London for example, this usually takes around 6 hours.
We have a range of executive vehicles to ensure comfort throughout your journey with us. This can be either our Mercedes Vito or BMW 5 Series.
Yes, we have large vehicles to cater for any luggage required.
We specialise in meeting our clients at any European airport, as our drivers have a lot of experience in travelling abroad. Just let us know your particular train station or airport.
If you are taking your pet abroad, you must check the requirements of the country you are travelling to, to make sure you have everything in place and to also make sure that your pet is going to be safe. All pets must have a microchip and a rabies vaccination to allow a pet passport to be issued. The passport is issued 21 days after the rabies vaccination, so it is vital to ensure you plan ahead.