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Travelling with dogs to the Kimberley, Pilbara & Gascoyne

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  • Travelling with dogs to the Kimberley, Pilbara & Gascoyne

    I'm planning a trip next year and came across this information about dog movements in & out of the Kimberley, Pilbara and Gascoyne regions of WA, as well as the required tick treatment before and after travelling. As I will be taking my dogs this applies to me but I don't think many people / travellers would be aware of this as it hasn't been well publicised. So help to spread the word..–-dog-movement-conditions
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    Just a tip, don't let it eat anything either. A mate lost his on the CSR last year due to 1080.
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      I,d never take my dog on any remote outback trip. So many have died from eating dingo baits. The baits are often far away from properties where they were laid. In the East Coast of Qld we also get paralysis ticks that kill dozens of dogs every year. Almost lost mine about 8 years ago. Made it to the vets with only hours to spare. Picked it up (the tick) from a caravan park here in Cairns..
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