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Old March 13th 07, 03:28 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.misc
Gus Gassmann
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Default Take dog to England?

I have a one-year leave of absence coming up that I am planning to spend
in England. I am busy making arrangements, and I have a question
regarding what is best for my dog (6 year-old BC mix). Should I take her
with me and subject her to a six-our plane ride, or would she be better
off with a kind foster parent for the year?

gus

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Old March 13th 07, 03:55 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.misc
diddy
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Default Take dog to England?

in thread : Gus Gassmann
whittled the following words:

I have a one-year leave of absence coming up that I am planning to spend
in England. I am busy making arrangements, and I have a question
regarding what is best for my dog (6 year-old BC mix). Should I take her
with me and subject her to a six-our plane ride, or would she be better
off with a kind foster parent for the year?

gus



If you have time to make a pet passport (takes 6 months) take her with you.
The UK is very pet friendly if you have a pet passport.


The microchip needs to be scanned when the pet has the rabies
vaccination and blood test for the pet travel scheme.

If the microchip was not scanned for the vaccination given before the
rabies blood test then the pet needs to be revaccinated. Then it would
need to have the rabies blood test.

The form can be viewed at the following link:
"http://eur-
lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/site/en/oj/2004/l_358/l_35820041203en00120017.pdf
"
If you do not already have this you can print this version off (pages
4, 5 & 6 are all that is required to travel with the animal.) or request
a copy from the USDA.
This then needs to be filled out by the vet and endorsed by the
competent authority (either USDA office or vet approved by USDA for
endorsement.)
Once endorsed this document only lasts for 4 months so don't get it
endorsed until you need it.

Here is a fact sheet giving you more information:
http://www.defra.gov.uk/animalh/quar...actsheet4a.pdf
 




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