The rules of importing dogs, cats and ferrets are intended to prevent the spread of rabies in Sweden. The rules are set by the European Union.
The rules for traveling with dogs, cats and ferrets have changed. The basic requirements remain, but certain details are changed. You can read more about the new rules here.
Dogs, cats and ferrets that travel within the EU must be identity marked with a microchip and vaccinated against rabies.
Dogs, cats and ferrets that travel within the EU must have a pet passport. Your veterinarian can provide your pet with a passport.
The requirements concerning rabies protection are stricter upon import from countries outside EU which do not have a control system for rabies.
List of countries
Approved rabies vaccines
Border inspection posts when travelling to Sweden
Travellers' points of entry into the EU
Costums clearance offices