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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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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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The rabies titre test explained

The rabies titre test is an important step in the international pet relocation process, and it is crucial that this test is conducted at the exact recommended time by an authorised laboratory.

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Temperature restrictions for flying pets: Airline embargoes explained

Airlines generally do not fly pets in extreme weather conditions. When you are planning your pet’s relocation, it is important to factor airline embargoes in your travel plan.

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Should I sedate my pet before travel?

Air travel for dogs and cats is complicated and one of the most often asked questions is whether you should sedate your pet to help them cope with the stress of travel.

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Importance of Leptospirosis vaccine for international pet travel

If you are planning for your pet dog to travel to countries such as Thailand or the UAE, a leptospirosis vaccination and test are mandatory before departure.

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All you need to know about the pet vaccination schedule for Hong Kong

You have to follow the right schedule of vaccinations as mandated by the Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department to bring your pet dog or cat to Hong Kong.

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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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