Suspension of import from Malaysia to Australia 14.04.2020
Direct import of cats and dogs from Malaysia into Australia is now suspended. For further information please see the Biosecurity (Suspended Goods—Cats and Dogs Malaysia) Determination 2020. Malaysia is now considered a non-approved country and cats and dogs from Malaysia must be imported via an approved country.
No Quarantine in Shanghai & Beijing – 06.03.2019
Starting from 1 May 2018, there will no longer be any Quarantine for dogs & cats from Singapore to Shanghai or Beijing.
IMPORTANT NOTICE – CATS AND DOGS FLYING INTO WELLINGTON – 27.09.2017
From the 22 October 2017, cats and dogs from ALL countries (including Australia) can no longer fly into Wellington Airport.
Cats and dogs must be cleared for entry into New Zealand from either Auckland & Christchurch Airport.
Yes we can ship Snub Nose dog on special arrangement – 27.09.2017
Snub nose dogs and its crosses are still ban on Cathay Pacific, Malaysia Airlines, Singapore and certain breeds on KLM.
Pls call to arrange for alternative shipment.
Malaysia – 22.09.2017
Positive cases of Rabies were detected in dogs in the Malaysian states of Perlis, Kedah and Penang. With immediate effect Malaysia has been re-categorised from Cat C to Cat D. Dogs and Cats coming in from Malaysia must have at least not less than 6 months of Rabies vaccination and a Rabies titration test before coing into Singapore for a 30 day Quarantine.
Australia – 22.09.2017
Australian Post Entry Quarantine Facilities – Department of Agriculture and Water Resources
Post Entry Quarantine will not be taking arrivals from Friday 15th December 2017 to Tuesday 2nd January 2018 inclusive.
Cat and dog collections will return to business as usual arrangements on Wednesday 3rd January 2018.
Singapore – 11.04.2013 (On Going)
We do not and will not accept Animals for lab experiment, research or testing purposes. We do not ship all avian species be it wild caught or captive bred.
Ban on Snub Nose dog – 01.04.2013 (On Going)
Snub nose dogs and its crosses are still ban on Cathay Pacific, Malaysia Airlines, Singapore and certain breeds on KLM. Pls call to arrange for alternative shipment.