Popular Destinations

New York, United States of America

International Pet Transport to New York

International pet transport to New York is from Australia via Melbourne and Sydney flying with Qantas. Transit stopovers are available via Los Angeles and flight time is approximately 22 hours.

International Pet Travel Requirements for Cats and Dogs

  • Airline approved pet travel crate
  • Annual vaccination
  • Customs clearance
  • Australian Government accredited veterinary consultation
  • Australian Government export permit
  • Australian Government health certificate
  • Microchip

International Pet Relocation Arrival

Our team can arrange for your pet to be collected from JFK international Airport and transported to your home or office via our international pet relocation partner. Pets can also be collected from Lufthansa Cargo within the airport precinct.

Lufthansa Cargo

Location: Building 23, Jamaica 11430
Phone: +1 718 289 7200
Hours of Operation: 24 hours a day, seven days a week

Local Pet Requirements

Dog owners must license dogs and attach the license tag to the dog’s collar while in public. Licenses can be applied for online.

Living in New York: A Canine Perspective

As much as I love sleeping, I love the city that never sleeps more. I’m not allowed to go to certain places, like the zoo, playgrounds, tennis courts, swimming pools or even the beach, but I haven’t even noticed with an endless list of things to doggy do. My perfect New York day is spending the morning at my local ‘dog run’ at Manhattan beach, which is a big fenced in area for me to play with my dog pals. Mum and Dad even let me run here at night because there’s lots of lighting and the plants are all purposely safe for me to eat! Lunch is usually at the Barking Dog Luncheonette on the Third Avenue (with a few sniff stops at my favourite hydrants along the way). I hang in the outdoor café area and enjoy a big drink from the dog bar (fancy name for water trough). All the sun and socialising wears me out so if I’m too tired to walk home Mum calls a pet taxi so I can snooze on the back seat. Ahh New York you are good to me.

About New York

Fast paced New York is the shopping and dining capital of the state and is famous as a pet friendly city to visit and live in. New York is a popular international pet transport destination, with over a million cats and dogs living in the city.

  • Offical Language
    English
  • Population of people
    8.40 million
  • Flights from Australia
    Daily
  • Population of registered pets
    1.1 million (600,000 dogs and 500,000 cats)