Changes to Pet Travel in the event of a ‘No-Deal’ Brexit

In Blog by redsocks

At the moment, under the EU Pet Travel Scheme, owners of dogs, cats and for all the Yorkshiremen, Ferrets. (Eeee bi gum).

Can travel with their animals to and from EU countries provided they hold a valid EU pet passport.

Before a pet can travel from the UK to an EU country for the first time, it must be taken to a vet at least 21 days before travel.

The vet will ensure the animal has a microchip and rabies vaccination, before issuing an EU pet passport, which remains valid for travel for the pet’s lifetime.

Apparently, after the 29th March 2019, this could all change if a Brexit deal is not achieved.

Well that date has, come and gown baby.

So, what now??

Anyone?

Hummmmmm?

Answers in a post card please.

My Maine Coone, is itching to get into the Marbella sun.

Let me know!!

TT