They need to get Noel Edmonds in, he`ll sort it out
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but i had got a vets letter to say the dog was able to travel. the last dog was brought into spain in 1999 and had a rabies jab and a passport .
the jab was a rabisin and was to be given again in 2001 . the passport is institut de serotherapie de toulouse printed on the cover. but issued in sidi bouothmane morocco.
but the other three never had passports . they were to be living in germany . a friend ran a dogs home and really liked the maroc dogs .
mind my big english black labrador soon became leader of some of the packs . funny how they seem tio be able to speak french,spanish, arabic and german. ha ha .
My vet rang me yesterday. She said that if there is no deal, we may need the certificate showing the rabies blood titre test results in order to get the health certificate for travel. This is an additional charge on top of the actual blood test, but don’t know how much yet.
She also understood the four-month rule (in case of no deal) that we could get the health certificate done in Europe, hence needing the blood result test document. I need to check this out, as I had thought that we would be limited to 4 months in Europe as the health cert could only be done in the UK. I hope she’s right as this will make a big difference to our overseas travel plans.
I'm finding the different replies in this thread about rabies requirements really confusing This is an honest observation, not a whinge but I'm wondering if some people are saying you don't need rabies jabs to take pets into another EU country when they really mean you don't need to bother? I keep looking at the regulations on various sites (including these that I posted before) and they all say that the EU does require them. What am I missing?
Non-commercial movement within the EU - European Commission
Non-commercial movement from non-EU countries - European Commission
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