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Why are pet vaccines important for entry into Singapore?

It is essential to follow the vaccination schedule prescribed by AVS accurately to move with your pet dog or cat to Singapore.

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Banned cat and dog breeds in Singapore

Singapore is a pet-friendly country and is home to several different cat and dog breeds. However, Singapore has strict regulations about the certain dog and cat breeds they will allow into the country and has rigorous pet import rules in place to regulate it.

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Pet quarantine rules in Singapore

Singapore has strict pet import regulations to safeguard the local fauna from rabies and other exotic diseases. If you are looking to move to Singapore with your pets, understanding quarantine regulations in Singapore will go a long way in helping you plan your travel.

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Bringing your pet to Singapore: A lowdown on Singapore’s pet import rules

If you have to relocate to Singapore with your pet dog or cat, there are a few pet import rules to follow to bring your pet into the country. It is crucial that every single step is completed accurately to be able to fly your dog or cat to Singapore.

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The Petraveller guide to living in Singapore with a dog

Singapore is a dog-friendly city, and there is so much to do with your pooch here. The city has lots of open spaces, plenty of pet-friendly activities, and dog-friendly cafés. If you are a pet parent looking to move to Singapore, here’s what you need to know about living with a dog in Singapore.

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Best pet boarding services in Singapore

Singapore has a lot to offer for pet parents looking for boarding services for their dogs and cats. If you are travelling on work or for a family vacation, and you can’t take your pet with you, there are many fantastic pet boarding services for cats and dogs in Singapore.

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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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