anjakachet (Feb 16 2009, 11:10 AM) said: > original post
could someone suggest some reliable law firms in A'dam (preferably, in the centre) or den Haag, that specialize in Immigration Law?
Especially, if you used them before and have good opinion of the firm.
mkitchell (Feb 18 2009, 11:13 AM) said: > original post
Great advice but I have never heard that the airlines require you to use a pet forwarder if you are not flying on the same plane as the dog. Air France does not require this.
I do not see how flying in the plane means anything. The procedure for dropping off and picking up the animal is done totally separately from passengers.
lizcopywrite (Jan 23 2009, 03:32 PM) said: > original post
I'm currently in Amsterdam and I'm trying to fly my dog (who is staying with my parents) from Atlanta to here. I've gotten a few quotes from some pet relocation services and they all cost about $4000 which is entirely too expensive for me. I was wondering if anyone has experience with flying a dog into the Netherlands through an airline's cargo service. She's about 45 lbs so she is too big to fly in the cabin.
Do I need to get a specific pet passport?
What are the Netherlands specifications for letting foreign dogs into the country?
Is there a specific airline that I should work with?
Any help with this subject would be greatly appreciated. I miss my dog terribly and I must figure out a way to get her over here. Thank you!!!