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information needed on tortola b.v.i

i am picking up my boat hauled out at nanny cay and need some bvi info..
i am bringing my chihuahua with me and need to know the current regs required.
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information needed on tortola b.v.i

Suggest you go to Traveltalkonline.com and pose your question in the BVI forum.
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BVI is pet friendly in a British way

Knew there was a reason I save these cards.

Try the BVI Tourist Board in New York (Broadway)

1-800-835-8530
212-696-0400


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"Pet friendly in a British way"? Does that mean a 1 year quarantine?
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3 year old thread... dog is probably dead...
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A 3-year old thread from a one-time poster with a Chihauhua and a boat named Fudgie?



This thread had such Off Topic potential.
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Chihuahua may still be alive... the little dogs tend to live a pretty long time.
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