TRAVELLING WITH YOUR PET TO AN EU COUNTRY?

Animal Health Certificates:
When the Brexit transition period came to an end in January 2021, the way in which we travel with our pets in Europe changed. Instead of the previous pet passport system, pets now need a new document, known as an animal health certificate. Animal health certificates must be signed by an Official Vet within 10 days of travel,


When travelling to an EU country or Northern Ireland, your pet needs:

• a microchip
• a valid rabies vaccination
• an animal health certificate (unless you have a pet passport issued in an EU country or Northern Ireland)
• tapeworm treatment for dogs if you’re travelling directly to Finland, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Norway or Malta.

We have our own Official Veterinarian and a dedicated team to help answer any questions you may have when travelling with your pet.
AHC prices start from just £125.00 each.

TRAVELLING WITH YOUR PET OUTSIDE THE EU

If you’re travelling to a non-EU country, you’ll need to get an export health certificate (EHC). An EHC checks that your pet meets the health requirements of the country you’re travelling to. You’ll also need to complete an export application form (EXA) if you’re in England, Scotland or Wales.

The export health certificate and the export application form for each country and pet will tell you how to apply. You must nominate an official vet who will be sent the EHC. They’ll check your pet has met the correct health and identification requirements before you travel.

With pricing starting from just £125.00 please contact 01695 572837 for information and advice.

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