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  • Banana72
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    Originally posted by Puspawarna View Post
    WTF?

    Shame on you for making such an unhelpful post when phiss is dealing with a legitimately upsetting situation. Empathy must not be your strong suit.
    and not to mention done on the first post!!

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  • Puspawarna
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    Originally posted by Felixzipp View Post
    just go back to UK,and find another dog right there,,you bring a dog from this poor country??believe me that is bad idea,, #hateindonesia
    WTF?

    Shame on you for making such an unhelpful post when phiss is dealing with a legitimately upsetting situation. Empathy must not be your strong suit.

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  • phiss
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    Originally posted by Felixzipp View Post
    just go back to UK,and find another dog right there,,you bring a dog from this poor country??believe me that is bad idea,, #hateindonesia
    What a stupid person you are!

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  • Felixzipp
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    just go back to UK,and find another dog right there,,you bring a dog from this poor country??believe me that is bad idea,, #hateindonesia

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  • phiss
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    Thanks Puspawarna. I really appreciate your support.

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  • Puspawarna
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    Good luck and keep bumping...

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  • phiss
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    Hi everyone. Sorry to boot this thread up to the top again. But I am really quite desperate to find a solution for my dogs. I am going through the process of getting microchips, rabies vaccinations and later blood titer test done, just in case a miracle happens. But I don't think it will, and I really will have to find a good home for the dogs here in Indonesia. Please help if you can. The biggest problem is living in Medan. If I lived in Jakarta, getting all the medical stuff done would be a piece of cake. And find someone to adopt would be much easier. Here in Medan, the vets don't even have a stock of microchips available for implantation, and when you manage to get them yourself, most vets refuse to implant them. I am off today to a vet who says he will do it... Fingers crossed!!

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  • Anglian
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    I watched the TV channel CI about Canadian customs some chap brought 7 dogs from China, they were strays, got their documents straight in, now the UK try and smuggle a pet in its put down, illegal immigrants are treated quite well, nice hotel, some expenses, so I hope you can find a nice home phiss, I will ask around for you there are a surprising number of dog lovers in my area
    Last edited by Anglian; 07-04-16, 18:43.

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  • phiss
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    Yeah well, don't think immigration to another country is a realistic option for a 67 year old almost penniless person!! . You did make me smile though, which is a little difficult to do today, after I have received all this bad news.

    I just hope that at some time within the next month or two some wonderful person is going to bang on my door and say: "Hey, I hear you got two wonderful, lovable dogs up for adoption... I want them to come live with me. I've got a big garden where they can run around... and a swimming pool" (My Golden Retriever loves swimming!).

    Okay, I am fantasizing now! Better get back to reality.

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  • Davita
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    I couldn't believe the price you quoted to bring a dog back to UK until I searched....geeesus...... UK IS serious and has a 4 month quarantine on imported dogs and so much restrictions/regulations I'm sure dozens of illegal economic migrants could get in easier.

    I know how heart-wrenching it can be as we wanted to bring our Pom from Hong Kong to Canada where I immigrated.....and was trepiditious about the regulations. However, I picked up our dog from the cargo terminal at Vancouver as he had flown on the same aircraft as we had. The guy signed the import documents and said "git that yappy thing outta here...givin me a hedake"...

    I knew, there and then, I'd made the right decision to give up on UK and immigrate...maybe another option for you.

    Best of luck!

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  • phiss
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    Yes, Bali is a definite no-go area because it is definitely not a rabies free area. I think the restrictions in Jakarta may be to try to keep it a rabies free area. However, I do read about pets being move to different areas in Indonesia, so I don't think it is a 'blanket' restriction. Anyway, let's just hope that someone here on Sumatera Island wants to adopt two dogs. Then I wouldn't bother with airplanes etc., but would just drive them to their new home.

    BTW: My dogs have always been up to date on their vaccinations so that's not a problem. They are about to have a rabies booster, just in case a miracle happens and I can continue the relocation process!! I can't see that happening, but I shan't give up hope until every last possibility has been investigated.

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  • Puspawarna
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    Originally posted by phiss View Post
    Thanks Jaime C. You're not volunteering are you? Just joking!

    I've just run into another problem I think. I may not be able to transfer dogs from Medan to Jakarta for permanent residence. Something to do with the rabies regulations on movement of animals. I have been told that I can only send them there if they are in transit waiting for a connecting airline for international flight. They are not allowed to leave the airport. Not sure how accurate this info is. Does anyone have an update on this?

    It never rains but it pours! As the old saying goes....
    Unfortunately that may be right. One of the friends I contacted mentioned that it is really hard to transfer animals among locations in Indonesia. She mentioned Bali so I thought it wouldn't apply in this case. But maybe she was right

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  • phiss
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    Thanks Jaime C. You're not volunteering are you? Just joking!

    I've just run into another problem I think. I may not be able to transfer dogs from Medan to Jakarta for permanent residence. Something to do with the rabies regulations on movement of animals. I have been told that I can only send them there if they are in transit waiting for a connecting airline for international flight. They are not allowed to leave the airport. Not sure how accurate this info is. Does anyone have an update on this?

    It never rains but it pours! As the old saying goes....

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  • Jaime C
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    Sorry to hear about this phiss. I hope you find a good family for your perritos.

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  • phiss
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    Thank you Puspawarna. Spreading the word around will definitely help. I am heartbroken, but what can I do! Anyway, I think I have until the end of June to find a new home for them, so hopefully someone will come forward by then. I know it is impossible for me to raise the money, so I just have to resign myself to the inevitable...

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