“Petraveller was very professional when handling enquiries.”
Charming Labradoodle Boston and handsome Scottish Terrier Oslo travelled from Sydney to Berlin with Petraveller. Read to know more about Boston and Oslo and their international pet relocation experience to Germany.
Boston became a part of Kamila’s family at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Boston is super friendly and an outgoing dog who loves everyone.
Kamila got Oslo when they arrived in Australia from Europe. Kamila speaks about her pet’s personality, “Oslo is a stubborn but sweet boy. He is wary of strangers but is very loyal and won’t leave the house without you. Oslo reacts to other dogs when he’s on the lead but has no issues when off-lead and around people and other dogs.” Kamila cautions, “Oslo is wary of people who are hesitant around him, so don’t be nervous when approaching him.”
Kamila talks about Oslo’s health, “Oslo is on medication for scratching, and he needs to take it daily. We usually hide it in a treat or snack of some sort as he can be sneaky and spit it out.”
Kamila was moving to her home town in Berlin, Germany, to see family and reconnect with her roots. As Boston and Oslo are a part of the family, leaving them behind didn’t cross Kamila’s mind.
Relocating a pet abroad requires a lot of planning to make sure the relocation is smooth and without any hurdles. Thus, Kamila decided to hire professional pet transporters to organise Boston and Oslo’s journey to Berlin. She contacted Petraveller and handed over the relocation process to the team. Kamila says, “Petraveller has been very professional when making enquiries. We liked that Petraveller had good reviews and frequently posted updates on Instagram.”
We are more than happy to say that Boston and Oslo had a wonderful flight from Sydney to Berlin, Germany and are busy exploring the new neighbourhood and the parks. Thank you, Kamila, for placing your trust in Petraveller and allowing us to relocate Boston and Oslo. We wish you many exciting adventures with your charming boys Boston and Oslo in Germany.