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You may find this relevant information helpful when researching the area prior to your visit

Your pet can have a good time whilst staying at our guest house

You want to get from here to there as safely and comfortably as you can with your pet. It's not such an easy proposition. But that's why we're here - to make your journey as rewarding as it can be. If it were up to us, we'd have have that little guy at the end of the Mr. Peabody cartoons with the sweeper-upper, scooping poop, tidying up, answering any questions you might have, making your trip as pleasant as possible. Well, we can't find him, but we're doing our best to get you all the pertinent pet travel information you need. We've also included a list of classified services for pets and their owners.

We've had a huge amount of requests for the quarantine and/or pet policy regulations for countries around the world. This is understandable; if you're leaving for another continent, it would be nice to know that your pet will be assimilated without delay and not be served to the local customs agent with a zesty sesame sauce. Hey, we're just kidding. We're sure your pet won't get eaten in a foreign country. And because we're cowards and constantly pander to the Polically Correct Police, let us go on record as saying that no one country or people or customs or life-styles is better than another, and that we're all god's children, etc. Okay?

To find out the policy of the country you'll be visiting, just click on the continent or territory of the country you will be visiting and then choose the country. We know--the problem with this approach is that you have to have a slight grasp of geography. So if you didn't play Risk as a kid, you're in a lot of trouble. Luckily, most of us at petswelcome.com played a lot of Risk (some, we've discovered, still do at the office). And while it really didn't help us with this part of the site, we can still offer you some sage advice: Always keep a lot of armies in Kamchatka if you plan on holding Asia. Your sister-in-law who's piling all those forces up in Alaska isn't planning a clam bake.

We've had a huge amount of requests for the quarantine and/or pet policy regulations for countries around the world. This is understandable; if you're leaving for another continent, it would be nice to know that your pet will be assimilated without delay and not be served to the local customs agent with a zesty sesame sauce. Hey, we're just kidding. We're sure your pet won't get eaten in a foreign country. And because we're cowards and constantly pander to the Polically Correct Police, let us go on record as saying that no one country or people or customs or life-styles is better than another.

To find out the policy of the country you'll be visiting, just click on the continent or territory of the country you will be visiting and then choose the country. We know--the problem with this approach is that you have to have a slight grasp of geography.

Miscellaneous: New: Pet Travel Scheme. (1) Pets must be microchipoped. (2) Pet must be vaccinated against rabies and (3) Rabies blood test must be done 6 months prior to travel. (4) PETS certificate must be issued by a government authorized vet. (4) Pets must be checked for tcks & tapeworms between 24 and 48 hours before being checked in to travel into the UK. (5) Must use approved transport company. Those animals not satisfying requirements may be quarantined for up to 6 months. For addional information: http://www.defra.gov.uk/animalh/quarantine/index.htm

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