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Pet owners moving between London and the south of France now have access to a new transport service as part of the global easyGroup brand. Travelling by road, easyPet.net ensures dogs, cats and other small animals are delivered to their new home in style and comfort.
With their trademark orange vans, easyPet.net hit the market in late 2018, providing experienced handlers and vehicles that ensure their ‘passengers’ are always visible and monitored while in transit.
The service runs between London and Monaco, with possible stop-offs at a number of major cities along the route.
“Our canine passengers are exercised at regular intervals, on the lead only,” said Trudie Porter, Customer Sales Consultant for easyPet.net. “We provide secure and spacious travel crates with fresh water and thermostatically controlled heating and air conditioning.”
Trudie comes to this new initiative with many years’ experience arranging pet transport from Spain. “I was thrilled to have been offered the opportunity to collaborate with the easyGroup in their new venture,” she told Monaco Life. “It is reassuring to have the support of such a professional and friendly team.”
easyPet.net currently offers a fortnightly service between London and the French Riviera.
The journey takes approximately 24 hours.
“easyPet.net is a long awaited commodity for pet lovers relocating to or from the French Riviera,” said Trudie. “Prices start at just £599 inclusive for one pet travelling from Monaco to London.”
easyPet is the latest in a number of sectors to join the easy brand. Others include easyHotel, easyBus, easyCar, easyProperty, easyOffice, easyFoodstore, easyCoffee and easyGym. The easyGroup aims to support a variety of services that offer consumers more value for less.
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