By Ryan&RosieHi 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!
By Student_RNHi guys!
I am a Nursing student and I am planning to apply for skilled visa as soon as I finish my studies. In order to secure visa process I would like to get superior English result.
Can you please tell me if anyone succeeded to gain all "A" in OET? Is it possible? I prefer this one as it is specific to nursing, but I have some doubts if it is possible to get all As.
Or maybe PET is a better choice as it is needed to get more than 79 in all parts which sounds a bit more realistic. Can you please share your experience about these two tests?
By The Pom Queen
Bob at PetAir http://www.petairuk.com/ has teamed up with Pomsinoz to bring you all the ins and outs on shipping your loved ones to the other side of the world. As Bob is a qualified vet I am sure he will also be happy to answer any other worries or concerns you may have during this process.
Bob can also explain all the latest updates in regards to the rabies vaccination etc.
To ask Bob a question please visit his forum at http://www.pomsinoz.com/forum/shipping-pets-ask-pet-air/