According to reports, Johnny Depp has 2 days to save his dogs from death. The only thing he needs to do, is to take them out of the country. Last month, the famous actor and his beloved wife had a flight to Australia…
According to reports, Johnny Depp has 2 days to save his dogs from death. The only thing he needs to do, is to take them out of the country.
Last month, the famous actor and his beloved wife had a flight to Australia with their cute Yorkshire terriers Pistol and Boo. There, in Australia, Depp is filming the next part of Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales. This is the 5th movie.
Depp didn’t tell the government about his dogs. There, in Australia, Maudsland, Depp’s puppies visited a dog grooming salon Happy Dogz and the picture of their visit spread all over the internet.
Agriculture Minister, Barnaby Joyce, said that the fact that he is Johnny Depp doesn’t mean he is not liable to an Australian law.
If you want to bring animals to Australia, you need to get the permission firstly. After that your pets have to go to quarantine and only after that procedure you can have them.
So it’s high time Pistol and Boo got out of Australia.
He’s now got about 50 hours left to remove the dogs. He can put them on the same charter jet he flew out on and fly back out of our nation. He can send them back or we will have to euthanise them
When somebody asked Mr Joyce about what he would do if Depp’s opinion about him changed. Minister replied that he didn’t think Depp would be inviting him to the premiere of the Pirates of Caribbean.
The owner of Happy Dogz, Lianne Kent, said that the handler of Depp’s dogs asked her if she could take care of the pets after the parlor was closed.
The owner told Sky News the handler mentioned that dogs belonged to Johnny Depp and asked the time when parlor closed. At 4 pm she came back and controlled the process of grooming the dogs.
Lianne said that she feels sorry for the dogs. She also can’t imagine that they are likely to be put down.
A petition in order to save the terriers on Change.org gathered more than 3,000 signatures.