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Post-arrival veterinary checks in New Zealand

If you are travelling to New Zealand with your pet, here’s what you should know about the post-arrival checks in the country.

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Where do pets travel in the plane and other pet travel questions answered

Your pet is family and when you hand them over to the pet transport agency, you will have many questions about the process. Read on for answers to all pet travel questions.

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All you need to know about the pet arrival process at London Heathrow

Every year, HARC receives millions of animals including fish, reptiles and zoo animals, besides pets. Here’s what to expect when your pet flies into London Heathrow airport.

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The best pet-friendly airports in the world

With exclusive amenities for your pets and speedy animal processing, the world’s best pet-friendly airports have certainly nailed the pet-friendly brief.

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Why are internal parasite treatments recommended for your pet before travel?

Our pets are capable of carrying several parasites – external and internal – unknown to us. One of the essential steps in pet import is the treatment for internal parasites before travelling.

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All you need to know about the Mickleham quarantine facility in Australia

All pet dogs and cats entering Australia from category II and III countries are required by the Australian Government to spend a minimum of ten days in the Post Entry Quarantine (PEQ) at Melbourne.

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Pet quarantine rules in Thailand

Thailand’s quarantine regulations are in place to protect the local fauna from exotic diseases. If you are flying to Thailand with a pet dog or cat, your pet must fulfil all pet import regulations to enter the country.

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All you need to know about international travel with a Bengal Cat

International travel with Bengal Cats is complicated, and it is essential to know pet import regulations of the country you are travelling to before making travel plans.

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Handling separation anxiety in your pet before travel

International pet travel is complicated enough; adding an anxious pet in the mix can make it more challenging. Here’s what you can do to keep them stress-free during their international relocation.

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Bringing your pet dog or cat to Thailand: All you need to know

You can safely fly your dog or cat to Thailand as long as your pet meets all veterinary and administrative conditions prescribed by the Department of Livestock Development in Thailand.

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