Mimasawrus - thanks for your response. Our dog was attacked a couple of years ago and since then, she is a little wary of other dogs, so we are keen to make sure the company we use and the people at the quarantine centre are aware of this and monitor her carefully - your email and the other responses have made us feel a lot happier about the process - just really looking forward to getting her here now.
Tom, Cath, Josh & Chloe
With Petair it was a really personal service so if you have any medical concerns they will tell quarantine before they arrive. When my babies were in quarantine I rang every single weekday and they never got fed up with me. The food they were given was great and they monitored their weight and everything at Melbourne. So although they were my biggest worry it all turned out well and now they are home with us here in Aldinga Beach they are so relaxed. Hope your baby comes over soon
after reading this has made me feel a lot better about bringing my cat across, the whole idea of quarntine terrifys me a little, guess it will be worth it in the end tho, any cheapish recomendations for an airline for my cat?
I'm just working through a budget plan, roughly how much would it cost to migrate a dog?
Also, do they need any additional vaccinations and are there any bugs like ticks that we need to keep an eye out for once we are in Oz!?
Thank you in advance
Bringing Cats and Dogs (and other pets) to Australia - DAFF
I looking into the same thig for my cat
this like has all the info you need ith regards to vacinations etc.... think it may help :)
Brilliant thank you very much!