/ Take dog to Atlas Mountains?
Assuming that the dogs are happy enough in the Scottish hills (not spiky rock) and that we'd be considering non-technical routes, and that we'd keep a close eye on the beasts etc, can it be done and the dogs have a good time?
Would they handle the altitude? Are there lots of sheep everywhere?
Really not sure of the answer to this one so fire away...
Plenty of the local dogs and wild mammals will be carrying rabies...
Slightly different, but I brought my dogs back from USA after living out there. The paperwork was huge and complex, and there are certain things you have to do within 24 hours of flying which may be awkward to organise, especially without local knowledge. you also need to consider heat acclimatising, travel/flying trauma etc, extra immunisations [and side effects].
Unless you are going for a pretty long time I wouldnt bother.
Surely though rabies can be vaccinated against?
And that is even assuming morocco is an approved country.
Rabies aside, I doubt that the local dogs will welcome them into their territory!
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