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Are qualified veterinarians and/or good kennel services available? Do animals need to be quarantined upon entry to the country? Are there other considerations regarding pets that are particular to this country?
No quarantine. There is a good vet who speaks some English and boards. - Apr 23, 2016
No quarantine that I know of. I have heard that there is a relatively good vet in Talatona (suburbs) that people have used. - Mar 28, 2015
No. This is a country where it is very easy to bring in and take out your pet -- just make sure you use the Houston express. No kennels, but people rely on friends. The vets are very rudimentary. That said, when my dog got some sort of pathogen and he became extremely lethargic, I went to what looked like a back-alley vet, and they fixed my dog up very, very quickly. Gave him a series of shots --- I suspect powerful antibiotics and a dewormer and he was fine. I also had a colleague who blames a vet for killing his dog because the vet could not detect his pet had tick bites. Still at another vet, they refused to treat my dog because I didn't have a muzzle for him nor did they sell or have a muzzle. - Aug 31, 2014
No. - Jul 11, 2013
No. - Aug 3, 2011