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Q: I am looking for a veterinarian who speaks English

I am looking for a veterinarian who speaks English to help with the required paperwork and shots to be able to bring my 2 dogs put of China. I am hoping to find one in the Jiangbei area of Chongqing. Any suggestions or help pointing me in the right direction would be greatly appreciated!

7 years 32 weeks ago in  General  - Chongqing

 
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Ask someone that speaks Chinese to go with you? Check out how fussy they are on filling out the paper work. I have exported kittens from Canada and the paper work is easy enough but filling it in is not. Vet signed in blue ink, must redo, Vet signed not printed, must redo, Vet wrote outside the box, must redo.

 I think you need the shots BEFORE 30 days of departure and a health check.

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You do not need a veterinarian to look after your dogs. Just because they don't eat meat doesn't mean they are the only ones that can solve your problem.

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