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.
Pet’s Description: Male chocolate lab maybe five years old
The Pet Festival 2013 which was postponed due to the bad weather at the end of November has been re-scheduled to this weekend at Al Ahli Club, Dubai. The first Pet Festival was held last year in October 2012, which had great response from Pet owners and Animal lovers. Last year’s event had more than 3000 pet lovers and 200 Dogs coming to the event along with their owners.
Pets Festival is an educational and entertaining animal fair designed to raise awareness of animal welfare and to educate individuals about pet products, pet food, pet fashion, pet health, pet training & all pet services – all that you need for your best friends! It is an event where pet lovers, pet product suppliers, animal welfare activists, animal welfare departments, experts, veterinarians and pets meet. Read more
Caesar is a tan / white Persian boy cat, his hair is short as he had a hair cut, but he has a tuft of hair at the end of his tail. He has ginger eyes. He is 1 years old and very friendly, lovable. He went missing from our villa in Jumeira Park on Thursday night 5 December ( near springs , meadows ). If you have him or see him PLEASE Call Suzi on 0561704476 or email email@example.com Read more
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.
When preparing to move your pets ensure you book quarantine space for your pets well in advance as there is often pressure on quarantine sites at certain destinations. For example in Australia, Perth is now permanently closed so there are now only two quarantine stations in Australia resulting in major pressure on places. However, new laws are due to come in to effect from February 2014 for Australia – instead of mandatory 30 days quarantine it will now only be 10 days which is much better for the dog and the client! Read more