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Moving my dog from England to Canada

Old Sep 19th 2012, 6:46 am
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Default Re: Moving my dog from England to Canada

Originally Posted by mickjdoc View Post
Just to add paperwork needed, fit to fly cert vet, rabies cert vet, no Defra if rabies cert in place. My dog was allowed blanket in crate infact i also put in my dressing gown which i slept in for a couple of nights before flight.Please do not panic very straightforward, just to add i rang defra for export cert could not ensure it would be ready in time for flight however then contacted canadian embassy for confirmation and was told to go back to defra, informed me not required.
Hi Mickdoc... we're on our way to Canada in a few months' time but getting conflicting information. I called Air Canada and asked them about getting our dog to Toronto and then up North to Thunder Bay (smaller craft). The agent assured me it would £175 for our dog the whole way (20Kilo dog) and that we could buy our own crate for the journey.
This seems to good to be true and, in the past, when things seem to good to be true, I find they usually are. Does this all sound familiar to you? We got her her rabies shot yesterday and a Pet Passport. Need to do more paperwork research to see exactly what we need as the vet didn't seem to know what a fit to fly cert is. But, my main concern at the moment, is the price, which just seem unbelievable...
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Old Sep 19th 2012, 2:05 pm
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Default Re: Moving my dog from England to Canada

Originally Posted by gigglegirl1979 View Post
Hi Mickdoc... we're on our way to Canada in a few months' time but getting conflicting information. I called Air Canada and asked them about getting our dog to Toronto and then up North to Thunder Bay (smaller craft). The agent assured me it would £175 for our dog the whole way (20Kilo dog) and that we could buy our own crate for the journey.
This seems to good to be true and, in the past, when things seem to good to be true, I find they usually are. Does this all sound familiar to you? We got her her rabies shot yesterday and a Pet Passport. Need to do more paperwork research to see exactly what we need as the vet didn't seem to know what a fit to fly cert is. But, my main concern at the moment, is the price, which just seem unbelievable...
Id be very wary about Air Canada telling you that your dog will arrive in Thunder Bay. We shipped a German Shepherd when I first arrived and lived in Thunder Bay. The dog arrived in Winnipeg as the crate was too big to put onto the aircraft from TO to T Bay.
IIRC correctly they use the Jazz aircraft for service between TO & T Bay which is a CRJ type aircraft or the Q400.
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