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Old September 23rd, 2013, 04:05 PM
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As noted, I looked into the Pet transport and our Toronto location assisted a company called Worldcare Pet Transport. (http://www.worldcarepet.com). They have a very interesting website and it details how to prepare your animal before flying which I thought was interesting and very helpful. It was a PDF document.

Also, it appears that there is some kind of scam sight that uses the same name but is not linked to the one above. The scam sight is www.worldcarepettrans.com and the link doesn't even work!

The fake company is listed on Scam Warnerís website which I thought was an interesting yet disturbing read. That site is http://www.scamwarners.com/forum/vie...p?f=36&p=96376 and it notes a fair number of scammers for Pet Transport.

Anyway, the first link is legit. I personally, was not involved with the transport or customs clearance but our other office helped with one pet coming from the Czech Republic and another one was imported from the U.S., using this Worldcare Pet Transport Service.

So Iím not sure if this was one of the companies youíve contacted but itís one that I know my Toronto office worked with.

Hope this helps and best of luck.
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