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KevR

Two Dogs from Ireland

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Hi Folks,

 

need to start organizing the shipping of the two dogs, looking for some info. We are based in Dublin and need to get a Yorkie and a Basset Hound to Oz. We are looking at leaving mid March 2013, we have two options, fly the dogs straight out or leave them with the folks for a few months until we are settled and have them picked up. Frank (the basset) is a big lad, prob 1.2 - 1.3m head to tail, Clyde (yorkie) is prob 30 - 40cm.

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If anyone has time frames on jabs etc, i could do with the info! Also, if anyone has ballpark figures for getting both to NSW / Victoria, thanks in advance.

 

Cheers,

 

Kev

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Dear Kev

The dogs will need a rabies vaccination and rabies blood sample. The rabies blood sample will need doing ideally 5 months before they fly, so you need to get these bits sorted asap if not already.

 

Rough ball park is around £2500-£3000 for flight tickets and crate plus vet work/permits/quarantine so total around £5000 ish. This is off the top of my head!

 

Email me if you want a more full quote bob@petairuk.com

 

There is lots of good info on other posts about getting dogs form Ireland to Australia and i put a timeline of what needs doing somewhere. If i can find it i will put it here too.

 

Bob

 

Hope that helps


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Dear Kev

The dogs will need a rabies vaccination and rabies blood sample. The rabies blood sample will need doing ideally 5 months before they fly, so you need to get these bits sorted asap if not already.

 

Rough ball park is around £2500-£3000 for flight tickets and crate plus vet work/permits/quarantine so total around £5000 ish. This is off the top of my head!

 

Email me if you want a more full quote bob@petairuk.com

 

There is lots of good info on other posts about getting dogs form Ireland to Australia and i put a timeline of what needs doing somewhere. If i can find it i will put it here too.

 

Bob

 

Hope that helps

 

Bob, thanks a million. Dropping you an email now, I'll have a root for that timeline now


Skills assessed submitted (ACS) 16/11/11, IELTS 21/01/12, SS granted 11/07/2012, EOI submitted 12/07/2012, Invite Received 21/09/2012, 190 Applied 21/09/2012, CO 13/10/2012, PCC Applied 19/10/2012, Medicals Completed 22/10/2012, PCC Submitted 05/11/2012, Visa Grant 08/11/2012

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Bob, thanks a million. Dropping you an email now, I'll have a root for that timeline now

 

Petair are brill mate , when you get your dogs to oz go for the oral heartworm treatment not the injection it's 12 months of drugs in one hit


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I can't rate Multicargo highly enough they're dublin based.

Good to hear Lozzchops, cheers


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