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International travel with an aggressive dog: Is it possible?

If you are contemplating travel with an aggressive dog or a dog that is uncomfortable with unfamiliar people, here’s what you should do

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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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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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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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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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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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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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How to crate train your pet for travel

Crate training is crucial for a pet that is travelling to a different country. The comfort of your pet on the international flight depends largely on how comfortable he or she is in the crate. It is advisable to get the crate early and acclimatise your pet to the crate before travelling.

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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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