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Post Bringing your pet dog, cat or ferret to the UK part 1

1. Overview

You can enter or return to the UK with your pet cat, dog or ferret if it:

has been microchipped
has a pet passport or third-country official veterinary certificate
has been vaccinated against rabies - it will also need a blood test if you’re travelling from an ‘unlisted country’

Dogs must also usually have a tapeworm treatment.

Your pet may be put into quarantine for up to 4 months if you don’t follow these rules - or refused entry if you travelled by sea. You’re responsible for any fees or charges.

You must follow extra rules if the animals will be sold or re-homed.

There are different rules for entering other countries from the UK with your pet. Check the rules for the country you’re travelling to.
Before you travel

Check if the company you’re travelling with:

will accept your pet for travel - and how many they’ll accept if you have more than one
needs any proof that your pet is fit and healthy to travel, for example a letter from a vet or certain information in your pet passport

Travelling with your pet

Your pet must arrive in the UK no more than 5 days before or after you, or you’ll have to follow different rules.

You must use an approved transport company and route unless you’re travelling between the UK and Ireland.

You need to fill in a declaration confirming that you aren’t going to sell or transfer the ownership of your pet.
Authorising someone else to travel with your pet

Your pet can travel with someone else if you’ve authorised it in writing.
Bringing other animals

The rules are different if you’re bringing other animals into the UK.
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Such as good information. The important is a Veterinary Certificate confirming that your pet is fit for air travel.
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