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Pet Travel

Best dog-friendly travel blogs to follow

Travelling with a dog may come with a lot of challenges, but the joy of discovering new places with your furry companion is unparalleled. There are several dog travel blogs on the internet that are an excellent resource for information on pet-friendly travel destinations and activities.

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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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The best kennel services in Dubai

Pets parents in Dubai have a number of options for kennel services for the times they need to leave their pet behind. Whether you are travelling for work or a holiday, these kennel services in Dubai are perfect for your cat or dog. Choosing the right pet boarding facility in Dubai is important.

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Travelling with a snub-nosed dog: How safe is it?

Snub-nosed dogs or brachycephalic breeds are at higher risk during air travel, and you need to take special precautions while flying. Many airlines refuse to fly brachycephalic breeds. However, with a little bit of planning and some security precautions, you can relocate your snub-nosed dog safely.

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The best kennel services in Auckland

Auckland is an extremely pet-friendly city, and there is no shortage of dog and cat boarding services here. Auckland has several kennels that offer boarding, veterinary and day care services for your furry friend. From luxury pet hotels to facilities that have swimming pools for your pets – Auckland has it all.

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Tackling quarantines while travelling with your pets

Addressing quarantine regulations is perhaps the most intimidating part of a pet travel move. Different countries have different quarantine laws, some more stringent than others, and can range anywhere from two days to six months, depending on the animal and the country in question.

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Choosing the right air crate for your pet

Choosing the correct air crate for your pet dog or cat will ensure their safety and comfort in the cargo hold of an aeroplane. The crate should not just be comfortable and safe for your pet; it should also meet all International Air Transport Association (IATA) guidelines for transport of live animals.

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Living in Hong Kong with your dog: Your guide to pet registration and more

Hong Kong may be known for stringent pet ownership and import laws, but the city is an exciting place for dogs to live. Pet parents have responsibilities including registration, however there is several pet-friendly housing options and pet friendly parks and cafes.

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Microchipping Your Pet: Why Is It So Important

Microchipping your pet is one of the many requirements of international pet travel. Experts feel that regardless of whether you are planning to travel with your pet or not, it is a good idea to implant a microchip in your dog or cat.

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Asking The Right Questions: What To Ask Before Choosing A Pet Relocation Company

Moving homes can be extremely stressful, more so moving countries with your family and pets. There is so much to be on top of – confusing legislation, vaccinations, pet safety, unending paperwork, the costs, choosing the right crate – it can get overwhelming.

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