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

Japan is a pet-friendly country. Bringing your pet to Japan is a complex process since Japan is a rabies-free country. There are several steps in the process to bring your pet dog or cat to Japan, and it is vital that each step is fulfilled for your pet to gain entry into the country.

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Top tips for relocating with your pet in the winter

Extremely low temperatures are not ideal when you are travelling with your pet dog or cat. When pets are exposed to cold temperatures for extended periods, they can develop hypothermia and frostbite. There are several precautions you can take to make a winter relocation comfortable for your pet.

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How to help your pet adjust to a new home

Moving to a new country with your pet can be challenging for your pet and you. Moving is associated with stress and can sometimes be traumatic for your pets. Not all pets have the ability to settle in immediately after a move. Read on for tips on how to help your pets adjust to their new home.

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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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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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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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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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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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Bringing your pet dog or cat to New Zealand: What you need to know

New Zealand has stringent biosecurity laws in place to ensure the native flora and fauna are protected from exotic diseases. You can bring your pet dog or cat into New Zealand only if it meets the country’s extremely specific health and veterinary standards.

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