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Driving via Italy with 2 dogs

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Re: Driving via Italy with 2 dogs

Post Posted: Thu Mar 15, 2007 2:07 pm

H i Lisa 12,
When are you planning your trip we will be back in Prissovo, at Easter.
Hopeing all work completed by then!
If you are ther and want to meet up just PM me and wife and we can try out local bar!

 

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Re: Driving via Italy with 2 dogs

Post Posted: Fri Mar 16, 2007 2:29 am

Hi Saskia , thanks for taking the time to write all the info, its so helpful to hear from others and I think Romania may be a better option. They are up to date on their passports etc , its just I get a little nervous over the doggie stuff, we spent 10 hours in London after flying from the States because our U.S vet used a different stamp and we had to pay £70 for a stamp from another vet.Dogs, dont ya love em, what a great way to spend lots of money!

Big boy we would love to meet up, we are renovating a property here right now and as soon as its on the market will drive over, prob. May time.

 

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Re: Driving via Italy with 2 dogs

Post Posted: Fri Mar 16, 2007 4:28 pm

We were never once asked for any paperwork for the dogs - anywhere. Neither was anyone else we know who has travelled with dogs, and we all came different routes. We later found out that we should have had an export paper from DEFRA which we didn't have - we just had the passport. I very much doubt you would have any trouble whichever route you choose, the hassle will be taking dogs back into the UK.

good luck - i'm sure you will be fine

 

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Re: Driving via Italy with 2 dogs

Post Posted: Tue Mar 20, 2007 2:21 am

Thanks Pip, I think we will prob. do the Romania route.Hopefully all will go well leaving Bulgaria, as we will only be there a few months.

 

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