pet passport


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pet passport

n (Brit) → Tierpass m
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THE introduction of the pet passport in 2001 has made it easier for pets to travel within Europe and many people enjoy taking their pets abroad on holiday.
Roger, 74, said: "Bob has a pet passport to go to Europe and his pet passport could be revoked.
Dogs, cats and ferrets can travel anywhere in the EU as long as they have a pet passport. But there are concerns of a huge surge in red tape in the event of a No Deal Brexit.
But while the pet passport situation will be troublesome for many British pet owners, the situation has an even bigger impact on Britain's 5,000 guide dog owners who cannot choose to leave their pets behind because they can't travel without them.
To achieve this, a pet passport is required, which is an official document provided by your vet to verify the vaccination status, worming status and identification of your pet.
Anwar said 'disturbing' His plight took on a new context recently when Bobby, a dog Robbie looks after for a friend in Spain, was issued with a pet passport The Scot said: "Bobby is free to get on a plane and come and go from Spain.
Oldham council say he came into the UK on an 'invalid' pet passport, and don't believe he's the age his owner claims him to be.
While the EU Pet Travel Scheme allows for the free movement of dogs, cats and ferrets within Europe with a valid pet passport, I would advise owners to give serious thought to their pet's health despite the ease of travel.
"The pet passport must show all current vaccinations required under UAE law and the pet must be in reasonably good health.
The Stockton North Labour MP expressed his concern that the charity had managed to successfully transport a stuffed toy with a pet passport three times without anyone noticing the dog was not alive.
PET passport rules which prevented top tennis player Novak Djokovic from taking his poodle to Wimbledon, are to be relaxed.
He also had a microchip fitted and a pet passport issued.