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Relocating puppies to a new country: How old should they be and other questions answered

Relocating young puppies to a different country come with its own set of rules. Pet import rules for young puppies are slightly different from grown dogs. If you are planning to relocate your new puppy internationally, here are answers to some commonly asked questions.

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Top tips for relocating your pet during summer

Relocating to a different country with your pet during the summer comes with its own challenges. Extreme temperatures during summer are known to pose serious health risks in pet dogs and cats. Here are some precautions to take to make sure your pet has a safe and comfortable flight.

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International travel with a large dog: What to expect

Large dog breeds need special care and preparation while travelling overseas. Relocating large and giant dog breeds such as Great Danes, Neapolitan Mastiffs, or Siberian Huskies to a different country involves more planning than smaller breeds. Read on to know how to make their trip comfortable.

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What is a Pet Passport?

A Pet Passport is an important document that accompanies your pet during international travel, especially in the European Union member countries. It is a record of your pet’s vaccinations, medical procedures, and other treatments. An EU veterinarian issues it to dogs, cats, and ferrets.

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Understanding Ireland’s quarantine regulations

Ireland has a set of pet import regulations for dogs and cats entering the country, and your pet will not be allowed to enter if these requirements are not met. Irish law requires you to follow specific procedures which involve documentation, health tests and vaccinations.

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Relocating with your pet to another country: What you should know

International pet relocations involve a series of time-bound steps that must be carried out accurately and precisely, and the whole process of relocation can take from three months to a year depending on the country you are travelling to and the country you are moving from.

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Understanding pet quarantine in Australia

Australia has strict biosecurity laws in place that are aimed at protecting the local flora and fauna from exotic pests and diseases. If you are planning to move to Australia with your pet cat or dog, you have to fulfil all the biosecurity requirements for your pet to be able to enter the country.

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Bringing your pet to Hong Kong: Pet import rules and regulations

Hong Kong is a rabies-free country and therefore has complex pet import rules. If you are travelling to Hong Kong with your pet, there are several pet import regulations you must follow. It is essential you meet all the requirements to be able to bring your dog or cat into the country.

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Best pet-friendly cafés in London

London is very welcoming of pets in public spaces, and there are a great many options for pet-friendly eateries to choose from. If you are looking for a quick bite in a café or a meal in an elegant restaurant, London has plenty to offer for you and your furry companion.

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Top tips for travelling with a senior dog

Senior dogs hold a special place in our hearts, and it is difficult to imagine relocating to a different country without them. Senior dogs are set in their ways and may not be the best travel companions, but with planning and the right preparation, your older dog can take to the skies like a pro.

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