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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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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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Banned dog breeds in the United Kingdom

The United Kingdom is a fantastic place for pets. The United Kingdom has restrictions on aggressive and dangerous breeds of dogs to protect the public from dog attacks. Your pet can move with you to the UK only if he or she is not on the prohibited breed list.

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Banned cat and dog breeds in Singapore

Singapore is a pet-friendly country and is home to several different cat and dog breeds. However, Singapore has strict regulations about the certain dog and cat breeds they will allow into the country and has rigorous pet import rules in place to regulate it.

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Banned cat and dog breeds in Hong Kong

Many countries around the world have banned the entry of certain dangerous breeds. If you are planning to relocate to Hong Kong with your pet dog or cat, it is important that your pet fulfils all pet import criteria and most importantly, is not the on banned or prohibited breeds list.

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