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.
As with all occasions, ensuring your pet is safe and well during festivities is paramount. It is not only environment changes that need to be considered with your pet but their mental welfare too. You can all too often overlook your pet’s thoughts and needs when it comes to festive fun.
The Festive Season is just around the corner and many of you may have booked your flights months ago to visit your loved ones back home 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.
Pet’s Name or Answers To: NYX
Last Seen or Found (when and where): AL BARSHA 3 STREET 42 VILLA 13, 27 NOV 2014 BETWEEN 11PM AND 1AM
Microchip Number: 900182000602823
Municipality Tag Number:
Collar Color: BLACK
Pet’s Description: WHITE MINI BULLTERRIER, FEMALE , 1 YEAR OLD,VERY FRIENDLY REWARD WILL BE GIVEN IF FOUND
Food, vet bills, holiday boarding, grooming, training, expatriation when you leave the country… can all start to add up. It’s very important to do your research before adopting a pet. We’re certainly not saying you need to be ‘rich’ to be a pet owner, however you do need to be aware of the costs involved and be financial prepared.