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Hi again, I'm considering taking my two dogs, a Pug and a Frenchie, back to the UK with us. Both have had airway surgery but that said I am still nervous about the extra risks due to them being bracycephalic. I was wondering if anyone had any stories, good or bed, or relocating their pets from Australia to UK, or vice versa, please? Just so we can get a better understanding of the process, the experience, etc. The companies I've spoken to have so far offered great information but at the end of the day, they're businesses so I don't know if they're just telling me what I want to hear! It would be great if we could hear the other side of the story Thank you in advance!
Hello all! That is my first contribution in here.. So, the good news is, as an OZ PR I am gladly moving to Sydney by the end of this year. I ve prepared everything for my lovely pug to get there with us, but I was scared when looking at the following thread http://www.pomsinoz.com/forum/news-gossip-chat/25045-brachycephalic-dogs.html even if this is an old thread, and that my pet mover contact told me some companies don t allow brachy and some do (such as Cathay or Air France), I d like to have some feedback if some of you had to bring brachy dogs or cats in OZ or at least to travel with them thanks a lot and have a nice day! :notworthy:
Hello, Has anyone had any experience of flying out dogs with squashed faces..or brachycephalic breeds to be precise. In particular what airline allows them to fly.. (ie. boxers, pugs, lhasa apso etc..) I have two Boston terriers to take out to either sydney or perth, not yet decided. or in desparation...has anyone ever shipped out dogs via boat...experiences good or bad. Info please....(but not on the blood tests etc..as I have that info already) many thanks. :mask: