Internally oxidized (I.O.) Pd0.97Zr0.03 and Pd0.97Nb0.03 alloys were submitted to gas permeation tests with temperatures in the range of 473-873 K. The internal oxidation was kept in a conventional furnace at 1073 K for 24 hours in air contact. The formation of nano-oxides, ZrO2 and Nb2O5, dispersed in the Pd matrix was observed. SEM images showed a preferential segregation of these oxides in the grain boundaries. It was observed that the diffusion coefficient in the sample containing Nb oxide was smaller than that in the Pd-Zr oxide. The effect of hydrogen pressure was investigated in the Pd-Nb samples. It was observed that the hydrogen diffusion coefficient increases with increasing the pressure. The hydrogen solubility is bigger for the Pd-Zr internally oxidized. This effect is attributed to the Zr nanoxides, which are smaller than Pd-Nb precipitates and then offer more interface for trapping the hydrogen.