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    Default Moving to Bali - Can i bring my dog?

    Hello,

    My first post!
    I am moving to Bali early next year, and would like to bring our beloved labrador.
    Can anyone tell us if this is possible? & what the costs, and requirements are?
    She is a specially trained medical assistance dog, same training and as a guide dog, with public access in Australia. She usually comes in the plane to sit in the cabin with us in Aust!
    I do realise this won't be accepted the same in Bali, but she will be happy with the freedom of a big yard & sunshine.
    We will be coming from Perth, Australia.

    Also what is the approx cost of a 2 /3 bedroom villa anywhere between Umalus & Canngu with pool, and good standards for bathroom / kitchen. Open plan would be preferred.
    Where would you suggest looking for villa rentals? I've been suggested Bali advertiser, and notice boards around Bali - can people suggest the notice boards locations please?

    Also what is a resonable amount to to live on in Bali per month? We will not start our business for few months & would like to irganize our savings to last. We would eat out moderatly - once a week or so & live simply. Can't wait!

    Thank you all very much for your time :) it is very much appreciated as we embark on our new adventure! :D

    Thanks,

    Nashcrof

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    Default Re: Moving to Bali - Can i bring my dog?

    This subject has been discussed here extensively. Try typing "bringing a dog to Bali" (or something along these lines) in the advanced search option.

    Here's the most recent thread about the subject:
    http://balipod.com/bali-expat-forum-f2/bringing-dog-t21428.html#p58888
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    Default Re: Moving to Bali - Can i bring my dog?

    To my knowledge dogs at the present time cannot be taken in to Bali because of the recent Rabies epidemic,I hope I am wrong.No use looking at archive posts as most of them were posted before the outbreak of Rabies. Suggest you contact Indonesian Consul where you live.

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    Default Re: Moving to Bali - Can i bring my dog?

    When I looked into the same question before the Rabies scare there were then only 3 places that were allowed to bring dogs from without problem and they were all Rabies free islands - The UK, Malta and I think it was Sicily or some such. The rest of the world could bring dogs but they had to stay in quarantine for at least 6 months.

    Now if you are a dog love you just could not contemplate doing that to old Fido now could you? I for sure would not want him stuck in a nasty little cage amongst strangers for that length of time - who knows what you would get back?

    What the situation is now I don't know - please say when you find out.

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    any update on this?
    What about cat's?

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    Cats have always been a no no. Dogs still a no no as far as I am aware.
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    Looking to move from UK to Bali this year with a lap dog in tow.Doable??

    Whats the method that keeps him away friom the cage?

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    Not doable. All imports are banned because of the rabies epidemic. Any back door entery is illegal
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimbo View Post
    Not doable. All imports are banned because of the rabies epidemic. Any back door entery is illegal
    I can't help but agree with you Jimbo. Although there always are ways of 'getting around the law' I believe to combat corruption it's best not to try.
    However as to this law. Why would bringing dogs into an already rabies infested island be a problem? Surely exporting dogs from Bali is the big no no.
    Just a thought.

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    To jakarta no problem,..legal.
    jakarta to banyuwangi no problem..legal.
    getting aboard the ferry crossing to gillimanuk no problem,..but illegal.

    Same thought, I also don't see the reasoning behind the law of the import being a problem,
    indeed the exporting should be a no no.
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