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Leave the fleas behind: Why it is important to make sure your pet is parasite-free before travelling

If you are planning to travel abroad with a pet, treatment against ticks and fleas is critical; your pet could face extended quarantine time and treatment.

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Why are pet vaccines important for entry into Singapore?

It is essential to follow the vaccination schedule prescribed by AVS accurately to move with your pet dog or cat to Singapore.

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Doggy rules in Dallas: What you need to know about living in Dallas with a dog

Dallas has plenty of parks and open spaces for your doggy friend to walk and run around, however, certain protocols must be followed to live in the city with your pooch. If you are moving to Dallas with your pet dog, here are the doggie rules that you must follow in the city.

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Banned dog breeds in New Zealand

New Zealand is known for being one of the most pet-friendly countries in the world, with a large number of pet parents and pets. New Zealand’s breed restrictions make it impossible for pet parents to import certain breeds that are known to be dangerous and aggressive.

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Why it is important to choose an accredited pet relocation company to help relocate your pet

International travel is now safer than ever for your pet cat or dog. The best pet relocation agencies around the world strive to relocate your pet as comfortably and safely as possible and have a well-established network and efficient teams and processes to ensure their safety and comfort.

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All you need to know about living in Christchurch with a dog

New Zealand is one of the most pet-friendly countries in the world and Christchurch is home to over 38 thousand dogs, which translates to around one pooch for every ten people in Christchurch. If you are planning to move to Christchurch with your doggy friend, here’s what you need to know.

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Prohibited dog and cat breeds in Australia

Australia is extremely pet-friendly and is known to have one of the highest rates of pet ownership in the world. Pets are welcome in most public areas including parks, beaches and restaurants. To protect the safety of the public some dog and cat breeds are prohibited in the country.

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Understanding pet quarantine rules in Japan

If you are moving to Japan with your pet dog or cat, the number of days your pet remains at the quarantine centre depends on factors such the country your pet is flying from and whether your pet has fulfilled all import regulations satisfactorily.

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Understanding pet quarantine rules in Hong Kong

If you are planning to move to Hong Kong with your pet dog or cat, it is imperative to understand the country’s quarantine rules before planning your travel. The number of days your pet dog or cat has to remain in quarantine depends on the country your pet is flying from.

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Best pet boarding services in Christchurch

New Zealand is extremely pet-friendly, and the fresh air and wide open spaces in Christchurch make it a fantastic place to own a pet. There are several pet boarding services that take in cats and dogs if you are travelling out of Christchurch on work or leisure.

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