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Swedish Vallhund

This breed of dog is extremely rare and it almost went extinct in the 1940’s. This breed is an ancient one and it dates back to the age of Vikings in Sweden. Over a full melena ago this breed was commonly used to heard sheep and cattle.

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Russian Borzoi

Russian Borzoi: The Russian Borzoi is often referred to as the Russian wolfhound. This is a breed of domestic animals that can be found throughout central Asia, Russia and more. They look very similar to greyhounds but they have a silky straight coat that makes them identifiable against them.

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Irish Setter

Irish Setter: Irish setters are both a great family breed and an excellent hunting dog. The red setter or Irish setter actually originated in Ireland. They can be recognized by their long and silky chestnut colored hair. The overall look of the coat is thick but it does come with a resilient undercoat as well.

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Belgian Malinois

For the uninformed, the Belgian Malinois, pronounced MAL in wah, is easily confused with the far more well known German Shepherd.

The Belgian Malinois is a European herding dog, recognised by the AKC as a true breed in 1959. It was first bred true in Malines, Belgium.

This breed is considered intelligent and can be trained. Because a herding instinct was bred into them, they do best when they have regular “jobs” to do. It requires exercise and does best with large yards. Because itʼs a herd dog, it also does best when it lives with people, making it an indoor-outdoor dog. They are generally high-energy dogs until around age 3.

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Muzzles and dogs

Most of the time when a dog is muzzled, it’s to prevent the dog from biting or attacking other animals or people. In some cities, dogs identified as being dangerous must wear a muzzle when taken out in public.

What kind of muzzle…

When and how to use it varies with the dog

To start with, the dog has to get used to wearing the device. This takes patience, especially with an aggressive dog.

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GPS Tracking

GPS for traffic management Here at Go Fetch LTD we are always looking to improve our service & animal welfare,

As a result we have invested heavily into the fleet of vehicles we use on a daily basis, both vans have been installed with new state of the art GPS tracking and tempurature data logging devices. 

This means at any one time our office staff can monitor the tempurature of you pets, or even the location & speed of the vehicle they are travelling in! 

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Finding Pet Transport you can Rely On

Having a pet courier that you can trust to get your dog or cat from point A to point B is important. Finding a service that is dedicated to ensuring that your pet is safe, sound and comfortable. With Go Fetch Ltd, we provide the pet transport services that customers from all over the UK, Ireland and Europe can rely on. But what makes our services so special and unique?

Our pet courier transportation vans are equipped with GPS tracking so that customers can see exactly where we've been. We don't make unnecessary stops or waste any time in getting your pet to where you are located. Your satisfaction is our goal, so we take the necessary steps to ensure that we're driving directly to you.

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The Advantages of Pet Transport in Europe

We all understand that you deeply consider your pet as part of your family. Therefore, if you need to move from one place to another, you would surely want to bring them along with you. However, transporting them can be quite stressful. The good news is that, if you are moving within Europe, you can actually request for the services of a pet transport company. In this way, you can avail of a service that will allow you to have your pet transported in a very convenient way.

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Rabies in Europe

Rabies does exist in Europe, but controls on how and where pets can be transported tends to keep the number of cases in pet animals low in Western Europe, Eastern Europe, not so much. The European Centre for Disease and Prevention Control listed 12 human cases in Europe and seven human infections in EU countries from 2006 to 2011.

Eastern Europe is a major concern for rabies. Romania has more than 700 cases of confirmed animal rabies a year since quarantine laws were related in January 2012.

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Pet vaccinations

Keeping your pet vaccinations current is a good idea according to veterinarians and animal experts.

A vaccine prepares a body’s immune system to fight disease-causing organisms. The vaccine mildly stimulates the immune system, kind of a “be prepared” scenario. If the actual disease shows up, the body’s immune system is already on alert and can react almost immediately to shut the disease down. Without the vaccine, the body needs a lot more time to react to the disease, time that may not be available.

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European Pet Passport

Here at Go Fetch LTD we specialise in the transport of pets accross Europe, if you ever need additonal advice regarding your pet's passport we are more than happy to help.

The Pet Passport is an international program, which allows pet animals to travel between member countries without having to sit through a quarantine process that can last up to six months. It originally started in Europe but has since been adopted by other countries like the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

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