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Dos and Don'ts of Living with Your Dog in Beijing

Moving to someplace new is always exciting because there are so many opportunities to explore and discover. Where to do, what to see and do. When your move takes you to an entirely different country, and your beloved dog (we’ll call her Chelsea) is by your side, there will be even more things to learn and experience. But you want to go about things in the right way.

So if Beijing is your new home, here are some dos and don’ts that apply to living with your dog in this famous Chinese city.

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Top Genetic Disorders in Cats to be Aware of Before Moving Overseas

In past articles, we have discussed the implications of air travel on snub-nosed or flat-faced (brachycephalic) pets and also on dogs who have certain common genetic disorders. But what about your feline? Cats are vulnerable to a long list of genetic disorders as well, suffering from physical malformations and ongoing health problems such as breathing difficulties and organ failure.

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Beware of Fake Pet Transport Companies

If you or anyone you know has ever been the victim of identity theft, you know that it is a comprehensive nightmare. We can empathize, because we at Pacific Pet Transport are also the victims of identity theft. Yes, it happens to businesses as well as individuals – thousands of us each year – and it’s increasing. And customers – pet owners just like you – are paying the price right along with us.

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Moving Your Pet Overseas: Do It Yourself or Hire a Professional?

A few countries such as Australia require you to hire a commercial pet transport company to handle your dog or cat’s importation. By and large, however, you can make the arrangements yourself. But should you? Do you really want to? The answer might be yes if you can book a single direct flight, you can travel on the same plane as your pet, and you are absolutely certain you know what paperwork will be required.

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Pet Cafes in Hong Kong

As a pet owner in Hong Kong, you’re in great company. In fact, to say Hong Kong is pet-crazy might not be an overstatement. So finding like-minded folks (and dogs) to share the good times should not be a problem. There are all sorts of ways you can arrange a play date for your dog, and it’s a great way to meet new people as well as get some exercise and learn more about Hong Kong. 

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