How much it cost to have the blood test for dogs to come out of India

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Someone knows how much it cost to make the blood test to take the dog out of India..
Thank you very much...
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First you have to take care of getting your dog into India--expensive & alot of paperwork. Getting out is a different story.

I responded in more detail on your other thread. But this link gives you the information (but not the cost). http://www.chrisandcin.com/wp-conten.../india-new.pdf

This is a company in India that handles things from the India side. It's hundreds of dollars & they are the most reasonable (according to people here on IM who have used them) http://www.petvacations.in/dogimportindia.php
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Originally Posted by globalcare2013 View Post Someone knows how much it cost to make the blood test to take the dog out of India..
Thank you very much...
Did you read this? . . . . . b i r d s.
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Now I'm confused.

The OP started both these threads. I hope she read everything everyone wrote. I'm hoping all the information she gets will discourage her from attempting to travel in India with her dog.

I believe if you love your dog, you would not take them with you. That's my opinion, others have disagreed in another recent thread. (easy, no problem, do it, etc.)

I love my dog & taught her to love being in a kennel (by starting out with a few days, working it up to a few weeks--the first time I cried all the way home and she look so upset. That was the hardest part. After that, it got easier as she came to enjoy being there), because I knew we would be traveling. We never took her with us. People who refuse to kennel their dogs don't believe us, but we know she liked it because she thrived there -- she got so excited everytime we took her and when we picked her up, she ran over to greet us & ran back to the kennel people, then back to us. The kennels were regular with an indoor/outdoor run, nothing special. She had a great life and just died 2 weeks ago at 15 1/2. Her picture is in my profile. We miss her alot but she had a happy life (we rescued her from a shelter 15 yrs. ago) and she added alot of joy to ours.
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somebody knows...???
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Originally Posted by globalcare2013 View Post somebody knows...???
I don't know what you are asking. Especially since it appears you have NOT read any of the links about getting dogs into India. Why do you care what a "blood test" costs in India for a dog? Things like that are cheap in India. Getting your dog INTO India is very expensive.
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Originally Posted by camelgirl View Post I don't know what you are asking. Especially since it appears you have NOT read any of the links about getting dogs into India. Why do you care what a "blood test" costs in India for a dog? Things like that are cheap in India. Getting your dog INTO India is very expensive.
yes getting the dog to India is 500 us dolars, but, for getting her out.......?? If you know please just let me know whit no much interrogations.
Thanks........
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Originally Posted by globalcare2013 View Post yes getting the dog to India is 500 us dolars, but, for getting her out.......?? If you know please just let me know whit no much interrogations.
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You have to find out from your home country what is required to come back with your dog. Usually the NOC is good for both ways. The same company that I linked before has all the information & prices to taking a pet back out of India.


I will ask you as many questions as I have to to understand what you are saying. I am not interrogating you. You asked a question & I couldn't understand your meaning. I think you should be thanking me for all the good links I gave you and not getting your knickers in a twist.
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Originally Posted by camelgirl View Post You have to find out from your home country what is required to come back with your dog. Usually the NOC is good for both ways. The same company that I linked before has all the information & prices to taking a pet back out of India.


I will ask you as many questions as I have to to understand what you are saying. I am not interrogating you. You asked a question & I couldn't understand your meaning. I think you should be thanking me for all the good links I gave you and not getting your knickers in a twist.

I being tryiing to contact the agency both of them and they dont answer back...
I have decide for this reason tht YES it will be very diffficult to be there whit my dog... I will cancel my trip and loose 1100 us dollars... as my dog was born inThailnd I know the difficulty to have a dog in a country whit many populaion being poor.. Thanks for the advice.... I appriciate it...
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So, you are still determined to go to India with your dog. You have got all the information you need to know that it will cost anywhere between US$ 1500 and 2000 to bring the dog in and out PLUS lots of hassle and no certainty that you will manage.

You have also been warned that you are putting your dog at unnecessary risk, you have been told that it is not fair on the dog and on this thread you agree (http://www.indiamike.com/india/dogs-...1/#post1020080) but it seems you are again at it.

Forget the whole idea and accept that you lost the travel money.

If you want to make something positive out of all this, make instead a donation to some dog welfare organisation!
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Originally Posted by camelgirl View Post She had a great life and just died 2 weeks ago at 15 1/2. Her picture is in my profile. We miss her alot but she had a happy life (we rescued her from a shelter 15 yrs. ago) and she added alot of joy to ours.
I am sorry to hear that your dog died. She looks a little naughty and very sweet in the photo . Great that she had such a good life!


P.S. With regards to the OP, perhaps it is best to stick to your favourite quote ;-).
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Originally Posted by birds View Post I am sorry to hear that your dog died. She looks a little naughty and very sweet in the photo . Great that she had such a good life!


P.S. With regards to the OP, perhaps it is best to stick to your favourite quote ;-).
Thank you. Yes, she was very naughty, hyper & a bit wild when she was younger but she made us laugh alot. She lost most of her sight 4 yrs. ago when she was 11 y.o. and that's when she became much more quiet & luckily we moved out of our house that had many steps to one that has none (she couldn't see the steps & once fell down a whole flight at a relatives house--very upsetting). I miss her.

Not sure what the OP is doing, so I'll just step back now.

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