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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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Understanding pet quarantine rules in Japan

If you are moving to Japan with your pet dog or cat, the number of days your pet remains at the quarantine centre depends on factors such the country your pet is flying from and whether your pet has fulfilled all import regulations satisfactorily.

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Understanding pet quarantine rules in Hong Kong

If you are planning to move to Hong Kong with your pet dog or cat, it is imperative to understand the country’s quarantine rules before planning your travel. The number of days your pet dog or cat has to remain in quarantine depends on the country your pet is flying from.

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Understanding pet quarantine rules in the US

Are you and your pet relocating to the United States of America? To relocate a pet into the US, there are several pet import rules and regulations to be followed. US law requires that your pet is vaccinated, has the right documentation and is healthy to be able to enter the country.

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Pet quarantine rules in Singapore

Singapore has strict pet import regulations to safeguard the local fauna from rabies and other exotic diseases. If you are looking to move to Singapore with your pets, understanding quarantine regulations in Singapore will go a long way in helping you plan your travel.

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Understanding Ireland’s quarantine regulations

Ireland has a set of pet import regulations for dogs and cats entering the country, and your pet will not be allowed to enter if these requirements are not met. Irish law requires you to follow specific procedures which involve documentation, health tests and vaccinations.

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Understanding pet quarantine in Australia

Australia has strict biosecurity laws in place that are aimed at protecting the local flora and fauna from exotic pests and diseases. If you are planning to move to Australia with your pet cat or dog, you have to fulfil all the biosecurity requirements for your pet to be able to enter the country.

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Quarantine in New Zealand: All you need to know

New Zealand requires a quarantine period of 180 days for all dogs and cats entering the country, except for animals coming in from Australia. About 170 days of the quarantine can be spent in the home country and 10 days at the quarantine facility in New Zealand.

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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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