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finnteara
6/12/2019 01:57 EST

I can not find any posts less than 9 years. Not coming from the US, so have to get my dogs medical here in Thailand. Any changes in shots and such? From the old posts it looks like all are treated as cargo and pickup there. Is this close to the airport where I will arrive? After I pay the fees and tax, how do I travel with a dog? Do taxis/buses allow dogs? I found a hotel 1492 that takes a dog for $39 a night, but can not affort to stay long.
Have dog must Travel.

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ILuvCR
6/12/2019 09:16 EST

Very exciting!

Don't know about travel from Thailand but we have a group of nearly 1500 Expat Dog Lovers in Costa Rica with lot's of experiences.

Check us out @
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1075248355895046/

Paw-a-Vida!

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Kohl
6/12/2019 09:26 EST

Most hotels do not accept dogs. Nor do buses. Some taxis may, once you are known to them.
If your dog is designated to travel as 'cargo' know that it is very expensive. Usually this would refer to a large dog. It depends on which airline you choose. Not all will accept animals.

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finnteara
6/26/2019 22:21 EST

Checked out 3 companies the move Pets. One medium size dog, $5500-$6500. So now have to find loving homes for my friends.

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ILuvCR
6/27/2019 08:15 EST

I can lead you to water but I can't make you drink?

I offered and alternate source or inquiry, our Expat Dog Lovers in Costa Rica @

Check us out @
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1075248355895046/

I see others who have written about travelling from Thailand no new inquiries.

Did you check it out?

We don't leave our dogs behind!

Paw-a-Vida!

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lindyluvsCR
6/27/2019 15:09 EST

I think the price you were quoted is nonsense. I have not moved a dog here, but even if in cargo, see no reason to not just do through airline. Maybe I am wrong.

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finnteara
6/27/2019 23:12 EST

ILuvCR, I did check out the site several times, but did not fine the info you suggested, Which stone is it hiding under?

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ILuvCR
6/28/2019 08:23 EST

dear finnteara,

I just typed "Thailand" in to the[Search this group] box on the left side of the page and got a recent thread that included,

"we recently moved here from Thailand with our 3 dogs and they are loving it (bit cooler than Thailand!). We found the whole process to be relatively easy but I've no idea what you need to do from the US. We researched beforehand and made sure there are good vets nearby. The locals and ex-pats alike all seem to love dogs which is great. Just PM me if you have any questions."

and,

" I have 3 crates all air-line approved and size 91cm x 61cm x 69cm. We used them to bring our dogs here from Thailand. Happy to donate to a rescue centre"

Moving dogs from Thailand is not that common bu we have 1500+ members.

Paw-a-Vida!

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finnteara
6/28/2019 15:54 EST

Which company did you use? World pet travel quoted me $5103.

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