how 100% legally buy Ts in EU

zxneon

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How and where i can buy Ts 100% legally in eu (Latvia) ?
Shipping animals with post is prohibited , if i do so can get in huge trouble.
I do not want to do anything illegal . What are my options here ?
 

Patherophis

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Try to find local seller or visit expo, there have to be some, it is the best way.
But where did You get idea that shipping through EU is prohibited ?
 

zxneon

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Try to find local seller or visit expo, there have to be some, it is the best way.
But where did You get idea that shipping through EU is prohibited ?
it is stated in post package sending rules that animals is prohibited .
If found in customs thy will be confiscated and most likely be eliminated.
 

keks

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Maybe the seller can send the t with a pet delivery service? I only know Go!international. But don't be shocked, this is expensive ^^.
 

mconnachan

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it is stated in post package sending rules that animals is prohibited .
If found in customs thy will be confiscated and most likely be eliminated.
When I was sending my MM to a friend, the Post Office were away to decline the package, they looked at the small print and noticed that arachnids were allowed through the post, I'm in the U.K. so I'm not sure if the same rules apply, but I'm sure they do, I know a few E.U. tarantula keepers and have never heard of this before....ask at your local post office, hope your allowed to receive them.....
 

Patherophis

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Rule I know is that vertabrebrates and animals which need care during transport are not allowed. Insects and spiders are send quite often. Only problem is that post sometimes is not the safest way of transport ...
 

keks

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Only pet delivery service is allowed to ship animals, this is for Germany and Austria too, indifferent what kind of animals. I don't know how it is in other countries.
 
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