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Bringing doggy from KL to Kch
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Hi!

I was hoping that someone here could help me with my situation. I was previously staying in KL and i had a puppy Shih Tzu with me there. Due to unforseen circumstances, I had to move back to Kch a month ago. My poor pooch is now there left under the care of a friend till i find out how to bring her back here.

I understand that i need to quarantine here for 6 months (!!!) before shes free to come back with me. But other than that, is anyone familiar with the procedures and the price for it? Or any contacts for that matter?

Thanks a lot!

Posted on: 2008/8/9 23:27
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Posted on: 2008/8/10 0:35
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Re: Bringing doggy from KL to Kch
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Thanks Fuyu, for the link!
However, "migrating" a dog from KL to Kch is more tedious than from Australia to Malaysia as KL is not free from rabies. Therefore if anyone has done that before I'd definitely love to know more.

Cheers.

Posted on: 2008/8/11 16:27
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Re: Bringing doggy from KL to Kch
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maybe you can put her in a sampan and row across the ocean :P hehehe. will wait @ the waterfront for you tee hee hee

Posted on: 2008/9/9 10:34
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Re: Bringing doggy from KL to Kch
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Quote:

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maybe you can put her in a sampan and row across the ocean :P hehehe. will wait @ the waterfront for you tee hee hee


got buaya leh! mana boleh. lol

Posted on: 2008/9/9 10:49
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Re: Bringing doggy from KL to Kch
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Buaya?? Think of the SHARKS in South China Sea!

Posted on: 2008/9/9 13:35
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Re: Bringing doggy from KL to Kch
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No, pirates that prowl the shipping lanes.

Posted on: 2008/9/9 13:46
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Re: Bringing doggy from KL to Kch
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So the little Shih Tzu would most likely be dog napped by pirates?

6 months does seem to be an excessively long time, especially since it's in the same country albeit across the seas. Maybe some vets or pet shops might know of a faster way of bringing your doggy back.

Just inmagine in 6 months it'd hardly be a puppy anymore!

Posted on: 2008/9/9 16:31
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sigh... s'wak should just be a country by itself with all these "rules"

even import from aussie land is much much faster and hassle free...

Posted on: 2008/10/22 20:47
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It is because Sarawak is rabbies free. It want to careful with animal from outside. The reason why australia and NZ is easire is that they are rabbies free countries

Posted on: 2008/10/23 8:25
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