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Three important steps to observe when transporting pets to Singapore pets to Singapore can be a little bit tricky. This is because all Pets that are being brought into the country must be quarantined for at least thirty days. It gets even worse because the spaces for accommodation in the quarantine stations are limited. People are moving to Singapore in droves. This is probably because of the many opportunities that this country has to offer and particularly so to entrepreneurs. They are not moving alone, they are bringing their pets along with them.

Dynamics of pet transport to Singapore

If you are wondering of the process of pet transport Singapore observes then you should not worry. The process is really simple. The first thing you should do is book a slot in the Sembawang Quarantine Station. It is the largest quarantine station in the country. To get a slot in the station you will have to book at least two months in advance. You will be notified 30 days before your pet’s expected arrival date that a vacancy has been found.

The second thing you need to do is book the traveling mode. If there are ships available to take you Singapore then you can opt for this mode. Taking a flight to Singapore is however the most popular option to consider. The only problem is that a number of airlines have policies against the ferrying of pets. You might have a problem selecting the right airline but nonetheless you should not have problem.

Finally, you have to make sure that you pet meets all the legal requirements for travel. Is the pet immunized against various conditions? For instance, in the case of dogs, it is important to immunize against conditions such as rabies. There must be proof of this immunization. A visit to your local veterinarian will be of great benefit in your planning.

This post first appeared on Jason's Pet Relocation (Singapore), please read the originial post: here

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Three important steps to observe when transporting pets to Singapore


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