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Pets are allowed in the UAE. However, as you are making the decision to transport your pet please consider the summer temperatures in Dubai, as they are often too high for pets to spend much time outdoors. Pets must be shipped to the UAE as cargo which can be expensive.

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pest-control-and-petsWhen calling in the exterminator to get rid of cockroaches, ants etc Move One Pet Transportation would like to remind you to remove your pets from the premises.  Your pets should be transported to a safe location while the professionals do their job and in some cases you may need to keep your animals away from the home for several hours after treatment for safety purposes.  Check with the Pest Control company how long the pets should be kept away from the home.

As well as taking your pets out of the home you should also remove all their bedding, food bowls and toys they may chew.    Granular lawn products may require keeping the pets off the treated area for 24 hours or longer while the granules dissolve and the treated area dries. Read more

Missing BirdPet’s Name or Answers To:  Philibert
Last Seen or Found (when and where):  March 18, 2015 Jumeira 3, Al Dustoor Street area
Microchip Number:  N/A
Municipality Tag Number:  N/A
Collar Color:  Brass ring

Pet’s Description:  African Grey Parrot

If found please contact:  Denis | Email: dbecq@hotmail.com Mobile Number:  +971 56 682 2143 Read more

Missing CatPet’s Name or Answers To:  “Little Boy” or “Rio”
Last Seen or Found (when and where):  55 Street, Mirdif
Microchip Number:  7840981000
Municipality Tag Number:
Collar Color:  blue with a small bell

Pet’s Description:
White with shape of black map in his body black tail; eyes is covered with black color

If found please contact:  tthfairy47@gmail.com | Mobile Number:  +971 50 674 4918 Read more

The summer holidays let alone spring break is just around the corner and many of you may be starting to investigate holiday options and flight prices to visit your loved ones  but don’t forget about the pets.  With so many expats heading off at this time of year it maybe hard to find a friend to look after your pooch so contact the Kennels & Catteries quickly as space is always at a premium over any holiday season.

To make this task a bit easier for you Expat Echo have put together a list of the Kennels & Catteries in Dubai. Read more

guys-with-kennelsWhere in the aircraft will my pet go?”

Pets are placed in “hold 5”, at the rear of the plane. It is part of the cargo area underneath the cabin, but it is separated and it is heated. It is kept at the same temperature and pressure as the cabin, since the captain is notified of animals on board.

“What will my pet be traveling in on the flight?”

Your pet will need to fly in a flight kennel made to IATA specifications, with enough room inside for the pet to stand up, turn around and lie-down in. Boxes can be made out of plastic or the appropriate kind of wood, and will need a water bowl and funnel for pet travel. Move One Pet Transportation can supply you with a flight kennel or if you have your own, and it is suitable, we can fly your pet in that crate. Read more

don't-transport-pets-in-summerPet owners are being advised to keep their animals in the country instead of putting them through the stress and potential hazards of air travel during the hot summer months.

“I would like to emphasise that there is no need to transport pets during the summer holidays,” said Margit Muller, a veterinarian and director of the Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital, which also manages an animal shelter and pet-care centre.

“It is much better for the pet to stay in a pet hotel like the pet hotel of the Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital Pet Care Centre where the animal is very well cared for. This considerably reduces the stress for the pet caused by transporting them.”

Abhi Chhetri, pet-relocation adviser for the American Veterinary Clinic (AVC) in Abu Dhabi, also recommends waiting until autumn to transport pets overseas. Read more

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