Preparing for Pet Travel

The first thing you need to do when preparing to transport a dog is to make sure he or she is comfortable being in a crate for an extended period of time. If your dog isn’t crate trained, we recommend familiarizing your pup with the kennel by putting treats in the crate and leaving your dog in the crate for the time you are out. This can help ease separation anxiety that may occur, and helps keep your dog calm during what can be a stressful situation.

Eastern Coast Carriers has transported more pets with commercial airlines to more destinations worldwide than any other pet transportation company. Whether your dog is leaving for the first time, or is a seasoned traveler, Eastern Coast Carriers offers the best services for your pet relocation needs.

Pet Transport Your Can Trust

We are dog owners ourselves so we understand how important it is to pick the right pet and dog shipping service. We continually update our standards to comply with destination protocols, and have had more success in the pet transport business than anyone else.

Trust Eastern Coast Carriers with your loved one and get them safely to their destination in comfort.