Veterinary Centre at Heathrow Airport

Through the Center receives thousands of animals from the exotic, such as leopard, elephant, snake or crocodile, it is up to the usual cats and dogs. In 2010, in the hands of the workers have visited the center of 10 500 dogs and cats, 1,300 birds, 105 000 chickens, 246 000 reptiles, 230 horses and 29 million fish. Most of the animals – the inhabitants of zoos, the animals sold or traveling pets. Center specialists check whether the animals are healthy and do not have a contagious disease.

And to the more familiar to us cats and sobakami.Sobachka named Izzy so glad to return to its owner.

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Yemen chameleon is a veterinary examination center of the airport in London.

Veterinary Centre at Heathrow Airport 2 Veterinary Centre at Heathrow AirportAnimals get into the center of the airport when they were being taken by transit through London, or are imported into the capital of England.
In the photo: koltsehvosty lemur.

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Employee of the center Susie Perry holds a monitor lizard.

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Chameleon-Panther.

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Most animals come here as an exchange of animals between zoos, pet trade, or are pets, of which the owners take with them on vacation. In the photo: Burmese python.

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Suzi Perry is holding a dog named Baxter.

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Triston Bradfild – a member of the veterinary center – holds a West African dwarf crocodile.

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Chameleon-Panther.

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