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'Welcome' home to Russia..
« on: March 25, 2016, 10:39:06 AM »
SC is back in the Rodina with the little ..To fly with a pet, the animal must be chipped - have the right injections recorded in the pet passport and is checked before flying

As our dog is so small - he is allowed in the 'salon' at one's feet in a little pet carrier

To fly back - the dog had to be checked again - a minimum of three days before flying ... all was ok

However, on landing at SVO  SC was informed one document was 'missing' and must go to a govt pet centre, tomorrow, in Moscow to get a duplicate - even though I managed to get hold of the Thai vet centre at the airport - who admitted the error and said they would fax the doc...

Without the doc, Madam cannot fly on the Sochi from Moscow...we do not know if they work at the weekend....

Now  - for sure - it's the Thai's - fault - they kept the original and gave us the copy - but you'd think that if it is OK for the dog to walk the streets - it could fly on another Russian plane ???


Russia doesn't have form for making stuff like this up.
He really did say that
Here is my Russophobia/Kremlinphobia topic