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    Hi guys


    Looking to Migrate with my three large dogs! Wandering if anyone can recommend a good company to assist? I know It's gonna cost me but can't leave them behind. Looking at getting quotes but I would rather know they gonna be looked after.


    Hope you can help




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    Guest Alison1967

    My friend used Golden Arrow Tel. 01 588 680 240 (chris sorenson) and couldn't fault them, I even think its cheaper for multiple animals to go together.

    He was great sending lots of info and if we are lucky and get to go next year we will definitely be using him.

    They have personally been out to all three quarantine stations and can advice on the care and standard s of the stations. Alison :)

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