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Q: Moving a dog to another city

Hi all! I m thinking of moving to another city and taking my lovely small canine companion with me. I was wondering what would be the options for a barely 6kg dog. For each of those companies, what would be the timeframe and cost?

 

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4 years 50 weeks ago in  Family & Kids - China

 
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Where are you moving from ? If it is within a couple of days drive, I would hire a driver and go that way, get to see some of the country and let doggy pee in places he would never have dreamt about peeing. 

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The city I am moving to will most likely be in Guangdong... probably Guangzhou, Zhuhai or Zhongshan. Still trying to make a final decision.

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Where are you moving from ? If it is within a couple of days drive, I would hire a driver and go that way, get to see some of the country and let doggy pee in places he would never have dreamt about peeing. 

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It is a bit mean, but there ARE shipping companies that can do pets.  I helped a cat find a new home in Nanjing, and the former "owner" had it shipped from Shanghai.  Poor thing was terrified when she arrived at her new home.

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