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Keringa-Petwings’ Luxury Pet 'Transpawtation' Containers

There is no better, safer, or more comfortable pet travel container.

Did you know?

We custom make our world-class pet travel containers per pet and on our premises.

All our pet travel containers comply with IATA (International Air Transport Association), IPPC (United Nations International Plant Protection Convention), and SA Department of Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries regulations.

Luxury Pet 'Transpawtation' Container facts:

⭐️ They comply with Heathrow Government Animal Reception Centre (London, UK) regulations, as well as airports worldwide.

⭐️ They are approved for export to Australia, New Zealand, and almost every other country in the world.

⭐️ The frames are made from South African Technical Auditing Service (SATAS) inspected timber.

⭐️ Our containers all contain disposable blankets, secure food and water bowls, and urine-absorbent material.

⭐️ They are stronger, more comfortable, less noisy, and often cheaper than their plastic counterparts – and they are also strong for four adults to stand on. We haven’t seen a plastic travel box that can support the weight of four people. Have you?

⭐️ They last up to 10 years when kept indoors – this email from one of many, many happy clients, says it all: “We still have our two containers in our garage. Two years since our babies arrived to us. Thank you Keringa!”

Guide for Calculating Correctly Sized Pet Shipping Containers

Minimum Container Dimensions are:
Length = A+1/2 of B
Width = C x 2 (1 pet) or C x 3 (2 pets)
Height = D

Pet Measurement:
A – Length of the pet from the tip of the nose to the root of the tail.
B – Height from the ground to the top of the leg or elbow joint.
C – Width across the right and left shoulder.
D – Height of the pet in a natural standing position from the ground to the top of the head or the tip of the ear in erect ear breeds. (For a cat you might find it easier to measure height while the cat is sitting with its head erect.)

The size of the container (crate, kennel, carrier) must be such that it will allow the pet to stand in a natural position, turn around easily, and lie down naturally at all times. The images above give measuring directions and a guideline for calculating the correct size airline shipping container for your pet/s. They relate to a pet standing in a natural position.

Caesar, Bugalugs, and Honey Have Arrived in the UK


The crates which Keringa-Petwings built for our dogs were AMAZING! We were extremely impressed with their quality and spaciousness, and when we saw our babies arrive in them after their long trip we were so relieved and happy as they all looked relaxed and content inside of them. We highly recommend your services to anyone wishing to transport their fur-babies. Thank you and keep up this impressive work that you all do.

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