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Bringing a dog, cat or ferret from a non-listed country outside the EU

Bringing a dog, cat or ferret from a non-listed country outside the EU

1. Requirements for bringing a dog, cat or ferret which is not to be sold

Checklist – non-listed countries

The animal must be id-marked

The animal must have a valid vaccination against rabies

The animal needs an approved level of antibodies against rabies

90 days have to pass before the veterinary certificate may be issued

Case in which the 90-day waiting period does not apply

You need to write an owner’s declaration for pets

The animal must have a veterinary certificate on form E9.207 or an EU passport

2. Special requirements for pets travelling without their owner

The animal travels within five days of the owner’s travel to the same destination

The animal travels more than five days before or after the owner or independent of the owner

3. Special requirements for six or more animals travelling in a group

Travelling for shows, competitions or sports events or training for such events

Six or more animals which are not travelling for shows, competitions or sports events or training for such events

Last updated: 2015-01-14