About Us

Pet Transportation UK and Europe

We are a small family business offering a pet transport solution tailor made to meet the customers individual needs.
Paw to Paw pet transportation are based in Cornwall, UK and we can offer a pet transportation service domestically throughout the country. We also travel to most European destinations. To recieve a quote please fill out our contact form.
As pet owners ourselves we understand that your pet is just as an important family member as any human is. For this reason Paw to Paw pet transportation offer a total transport package that ensures the least stress and upset for your pet. We can pick your pet up right from your door or kennels and deliver them directly to your chosen destination.
We travel to all our destinations via our Defra registered van which is equipped with 6 cages and movable walls, which allows us to meet your animal's size, giving the ultimate comfort throughout the journey.
Whilst in transit, we will keep you informed of your pet's progress through your chosen method of communication. Paw to Paw transport promise that your pet will never be left unattended and will be fed and walked at regular intervals.
Paw to Paw Pet Transportation UK pride themselves on competitive prices. Each quote will be based on the individual request of the customer.
Should you wish to travel with us, our van has two extra seats in the rear and we are more than happy to discuss this with you. Alternatively, we can also help you with some bigger items of luggage that you maybe don't wish to/or can't fly with. Please get in touch with us if any of these services are of interest.

The Pet Travel Scheme (PETS)

The Pet Travel Scheme (PETS) allows pet dogs, cats and ferrets to enter the UK without quarantine as long as they comply with the regulations. It also allows pet owners in the UK to take their dogs, cats and ferrets to other European countries and then return with them without need for quarantine.
For dogs, cats and ferrets entering the UK from any European or "listed" third country the key differences are that the current requirement to carry out a rabies blood test followed by a four-month wait before entry into the UK will no longer be required.
Dogs, cats and pet ferrets entering the UK from an EU or 'listed' third country from 1st January 2012 must: have the following completed in this exact order:
  • Be microchipped
  • Vaccinated against rabies
  • Hold an EU Pet Passport or EU Veterinary Certificate (Annex 2)
  • Tapeworm Treatment(dogs only): before entering the UK, all pet dogs (including assistance dogs) must be treated for tapeworm. The treatment must be administered by a vet not less than 24 hours and not more than 120 hours (1-5 days) before its scheduled arrival time in the UK. There is no mandatory requirement for tick treatment. No treatment is required for dogs entering the UK from Finland, Ireland or Malta).
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