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    Guest woody crew

    hi we are new to this site and wonder if there is anyone else who has taken a staffordshire bull terrier out to adelaide, did they cope ok on the flight and in the Quarentine, our staffy is 10 now but she is still like a puppy:goofy:

    alittle worried how she will cope with the flight and month away from the family, has anyone been through this:arghh: if you have we would love to hear from you

    thanks

    woody crew

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    Guest louiesmum

    Just thought I'd say Hi welcome to PIA!! Sorry I can't help you on the Staff front though, we have the cat dilema, they are 12 & 14. Good Luck with the move

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    Guest dale_jo@

    Haven`t been through it , but aren`t staffies absolutely gorgeous!!!!!

     

    Ours (Jakari ) passed a couple of years ago and we now have a labradoodle quite a comparison i must say!!!!!!!

     

    She still was the best dog i had.

     

     

    Good Luck

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    Guest woody crew

    thanks for the reply, they are lovely dogs , my brother in law has a groodle in oz, lovely dog also. are you in adelaide now, how long have you been there, do you like it

    woody crew

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    Guest andy&jill

    Hi woody crew, Dont know about staffies but were taking our 2 dogs with us a retriever (12) and a border collie (5) vet said the retriever should be ok but the he said the collie will suffer because she is so highly strung (off her head nutty) going with www.airpets.com waiting on quote

     

    Andy

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    Guest Missbabz
    hi we are new to this site and wonder if there is anyone else who has taken a staffordshire bull terrier out to adelaide, did they cope ok on the flight and in the Quarentine, our staffy is 10 now but she is still like a puppy:goofy:

    alittle worried how she will cope with the flight and month away from the family, has anyone been through this:arghh: if you have we would love to hear from you

    thanks

    woody crew

     

     

    Hi woody crew

     

    Firstly welcome to PIA, fabulous site.

     

    We are also worried about taking our bichon frise pup who is 12 months old. Long flight, quarantine etc etc. But we have had good response from people here on PIA saying that they have taken their pets and they have been fine.

    We asked ourselves what is the alternative? Couldn't leave him behind, he is part of the family. I am convincing myself that our dog will be fine, we will worry but it is only a month in quarantine, and that will go really quickly.

     

    Good Luck to you

     

    Babz & Kevin

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    Guest dale_jo@
    thanks for the reply, they are lovely dogs , my brother in law has a groodle in oz, lovely dog also. are you in adelaide now, how long have you been there, do you like it

    woody crew

     

    No, Don`t hold it agaonst me but i am a true blue local, (LOL):biglaugh: my hubby is from Manchester and my family from Sheffield!!

     

    We all absolutely love it , there is nothing to not like!!!

     

    Good Luck!!!!

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