Monaco pet passport rules are defined for cats, dogs and ferrets

India Pet Passport - Current Dog and Cat Import Requirements
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Cats and dogs need passports to cross borders. Just like you and me and everybody else, there is no discrimination in this matter for travellers who walk on four legs. And just like with any other travellers’ visas, the requirements, documents and procedures needed to get pet passports vary from country to country and give you a long a headache. Still, animals deserve to travel with their human friends, and there are ways to bring them legally across borders, by car, train bus or plane. Our cat companion, Burma, got her passport in India and came all the way to Europe across 8 borders. Here we explain the documents that a cat or dog needs to travel, focusing on pets coming into the European Union (EU), but with hints to help you find your way to anywhere in the world.
Exporting Pets Living in the United Kingdom. All dogs, cats and ferrets leaving the UK must be microchipped, vaccinated for rabies (in that order) and wait 21 days before leaving the country. You should also ask your veterinarian for an EU Pet Passport if you intend to return to the UK.
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Cats, dogs and ferrets can travel freely between most EU countries without documentation if they have what is called the EU PET PASSPORT that is issued by veterinarians within the EU. The exceptions are entry into the United Kingdom, Norway, Sweden and Malta which have additional requirements.

ENTERING THE EU WITH A PET FROM or

Cats, dogs and ferrets can enter most EU countries from rabies free countries or countries with a low incidence of rabies once they have been microchipped with the ISO 15 digit microchip, vaccinated for rabies and are accompanied by the EU form 998 veterinary health certificate for the EU country they are traveling to. The exceptions are entry into the UK (, , , and Northern Ireland), Norway, Sweden and Malta which have additional requirements until January 1, 2012.

ENTERING THE EU WITH A PET FROM

Cats, dogs and ferrets can enter most EU countries from countries with a high incidence of rabies once they have been micro chipped with the ISO 15 digit microchip, vaccinated for rabies and are accompanied by the EU form 998 veterinary health certificate for the EU country they are traveling to. However, in addition, your pet must have a blood titer test in advance to avoid quarantine. The number of months in advance the Blood Titer Test must be done varies by country.

NEW RULES

The UK, Sweden and Malta will no longer require the Blood Titer Test when the pet is coming from a rabies free country or a country with a low incidence of rabies. In addition, the requirement for a certificate of treatment for ticks will no longer be required. Pet passport quarantine import rules for your dog or cat to travel to over 200 countries worldwide.
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Photo provided by FlickrYour pet needs a cat or dog passport to enter the United States
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For dogs, the permit must be obtained by the owner in person 14 days in advance. A copy of the health certificate and the owner's identification (passport) must accompany the application. Company information must also be included if you are coming to Saudi Arabia to work. You will need a picture of your pet to confirm its breed. You need to bring the same picture with you when claiming your dog.Hi Gery – the pet passport when traveling to the EU is the collection of documents required to enter the country with your dog. You can find these requirements here with links to further instructions and forms if you need them: . The requirements apply to service dogs as well. You can use the same documents to re-enter the US on a 10’day trip.
SusanTo secure the pet passport, the dog must receive a rabies shot and/or a certificate denoting an up-to-date rabies vaccination. The vet will also fit the animal with an electronic microchip or tattoo that properly identifies the dog. Some countries also request proof of treatment for ticks and tapeworm. If owners follow the requirements of PETS, dogs can skip the quarantine period implemented at the airport during entry or re-entry to a country. The PETS policy and requirements typically apply to cats as well. All dogs, cats and ferrets leaving the UK must be microchipped, vaccinated for rabies (in that order) and wait 21 days before leaving the country. You should also ask your veterinarian for an EU Pet Passport if you intend to return to the UK.