Dog owner warns of deadly unexpected risk to pets on beaches – that left her with 3,500 vet bill The dog was seized by Environmental Health Officers so that it could be sent to quarantine kennels but was deemed too ill council officerssaid they had no choice but to have the puppy put to sleep. There are strict rules are in place to prevent rabies, a disease that is deadly to humans and animals, being brought into the country. Dogs imported from Europe must have a pet passport confirming they are micro-chipped, vaccinated against rabies and have been treated for tapeworms. They cannot be imported if they are aged less than 15 weeks old because the rabies vaccination can only be given to dogs aged over 12 weeks and takes three weeks to become effective. Council officers have now investigated several cases of pedigree breeds of dog being illegally smuggled from Eastern Europe and sold to Liverpool residents. Owners of smuggled dogs face having their dog seized and sent to quarantine kennels for several weeks, which is likely to result in them being given a bill for nearly 1,000 for the cost of their dog staying in quarantine. Councillor Steve Munby, Cabinet member for Neighbourhoods, said: This is a sad case that illustrates the risk in buying an imported puppy. Pedigree puppies are often bred in appalling conditions on puppy farms in Eastern Europe and are then smuggled into the country avoiding the strict controls to prevent the spread of rabies, a potentially deadly disease. Pooper snoopers to professional beggars: council’s creative approach to cleaning up the city Although you might think that you are getting a bargain by buying a dog cheaply through a website, you risk being left with a very substantial quarantine bill or the heartbreak of your dog being put to sleep. I would urge people to exercise care when buying a puppy. The authority is advising pootential pooch purchasers to buy dogs from reputable breeders and to always go to see the puppy -which should always be seen with it mother – before buying it.
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