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Pet Health

External Parasite Treatment

External parasites such as fleas and ticks need to be controlled before your pet can travel overseas. Most countries require pets to undergo internal and external parasite treatments before travelling.

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Babesia Blood Test

Babesiosis is a dangerous dog disease that is caused by a protozoan called Babesia. The disease is spread through the bite of an infected tick. Babesiosis is common in mainland Africa and some countries require a Babesiosis test before import.

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Keep your pet (and yourself) safe during the Coronavirus pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has spread across the world and has affected thousands of people in several countries. Here’s how you can keep your pet safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Why are internal parasite treatments recommended for your pet before travel?

Our pets are capable of carrying several parasites – external and internal – unknown to us. One of the essential steps in pet import is the treatment for internal parasites before travelling.

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Should I sedate my pet before travel?

Air travel for dogs and cats is complicated and one of the most often asked questions is whether you should sedate your pet to help them cope with the stress of travel.

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Leave the fleas behind: Why it is important to make sure your pet is parasite-free before travelling

If you are planning to travel abroad with a pet, treatment against ticks and fleas is critical; your pet could face extended quarantine time and treatment.

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Travelling with a snub-nosed dog: How safe is it?

Snub-nosed dogs or brachycephalic breeds are at higher risk during air travel, and you need to take special precautions while flying. Many airlines refuse to fly brachycephalic breeds. However, with a little bit of planning and some security precautions, you can relocate your snub-nosed dog safely.

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Dog flu halts import of dogs from Singapore temporarily

The Department of Agriculture and Water Resources in recently confirmed that a dog imported from Singapore was diagnosed with Canine Influenza Virus at the post entry quarantine facility in Melbourne, Australia. The department has temporarily suspended all dog imports from Singapore.

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