“Honey is gentle and loves cuddles and attention.”
Agnes and her family moved back to Scotland from Australia with their Lhasa Apso Honey. Agnes talks about Honey and their international pet relocation experience with Petraveller.
Honey became part of the McGinty family when she was eight weeks old in 2006. Agnes’ husband and son chose Honey as a companion to their dog Daisy (RIP Jan 2019) in Glasgow. Agnes says, “Honey is our fur baby; she is much loved and very precious to us. We immigrated to Australia, and Honey and Daisy joined us in 2011.”
Honey is a small dog with a big attitude. She loves people but is scared of men with hats or sticks. Agnes says, “Honey is not very friendly with other dogs, and thinks she is a Rottweiler! However, she is gentle with people and loves cuddles and attention from people.”
The McGinty family are moving back home to Scotland to be closer to family. Agnes says with a smile, “We are relocating to Scotland for our next adventure in life as we are going to be grandparents.”
The McGintys decided to choose a pet travel agency to manage Honey’s pet relocation. They spoke to several agencies before choosing Petraveller to help with the move. Agnes explains, “First and foremost, we chose Petraveller because of the friendliness, empathy and reassurance of the team, and their compassion and understanding of our concerns about the safety of Honey and the long trip ahead. Secondly, we found the quote was excellent, and the service has been exemplary.”
Agnes was understandably concerned about the move because Honey tends to get anxious, especially when she is travelling. She says, “Honey is still pining for her sibling and gets anxious during thunderstorms. But I was confident my dog will be well looked after and will arrive safely.”
Honey’s long flight from Perth to Glasgow was smooth as silk. She is happily settled in and is now busy exploring her new home in Scotland. Thank you, McGinty family, for choosing Petraveller to fly your precious cargo. Here’s to great new adventures in Scotland!