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  Movement of Pets (Dogs, Cats and Ferrets) - Transitional Measuresslide
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TRANSITIONAL MEASURES IN FORCE FROM : 3 July to 1 October 2004

Movements between Member States :

  • To a Member State OTHER than the UK, Malta, Ireland and Sweden, shall be allowed entry of :


  • Animals in strict compliance with the new Regulation (with a Passport attesting valid rabies vaccination or an alternative, valid certificate issued before the 1 October attesting compliance with the new Regulation)


  • or until the 1 October

  • Animals accompanied with the certificate (rabies vaccination and test, tick and echinococcus treatment) which used to be required under the national rules in force before the 3 July)
  • To the UK, Malta, Ireland and Sweden, shall be allowed entry of :


  • Animals strictly in compliance with the new Regulation: with a Passport attesting a valid vaccination and a test, tick and echinococcus treatments (national rules apply for the type of identification and the timing of the treatments before the movement and the test for rabies: sample taken at least 6 months before the movement for UK and Ireland, sample taken 120 days after the vaccination for Sweden) or with valid, agreed national certification issued before 1 October 2004 attesting compliance with the new Regulation


  • or until the 1 October

  • Animals accompanied with the certificate (rabies vaccination and test, tick and echinococcus treatment) which used to be required under the national rules in force before the 3 July)

Movements fromnon-EU third countries :

A.  Rules applying to movementsbetween Member States also apply to movementsfrom : Andorra, Iceland, Liechtenstein,Monaco, Norway, San Marino, Switzerland andthe Vatican City State.

B.  From the following thirdcountries with a favourable situationregarding rabies : Ascension Island, Antiguaand Barbuda, Netherlands Antilles, Australia,Aruba, Barbados, Bahrain, Bermuda, Canada,Croatia, Fiji, Falkland Islands, FrenchPolynesia, Jamaica, Japan, Cayman Islands,Mayotte, Montserrat, Mauritius, NewCaledonia, New Zealand, Saint Helena, SaintKitts and Nevis, Saint Pierre et Miquelon,Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Singapore,United States of America, Vanuatu, Wallis andFutuna

  • To a Member State OTHER than UK, Malta, Ireland and Sweden: shall be allowed entry of :


  • Animals accompanied by the health certificate of the model established in Decision 2004/203/EC attesting a valid rabies vaccination, or, as an alternative, a valid certificate issued before the 1 October attesting compliance with the new Regulation


  • or until the 1 October

  • Animals accompanied by the veterinary certificate which used to be required under national rules in force before the 3 July


  • To the UK, Malta, Ireland and Sweden:shall be allowed entry of :


  • Animals accompanied by the health certificate of the model established in Decision 2004/203/EC attesting a valid rabies vaccination and a test, tick and echinococcus treatments (national rules apply for the type of identification and the timing of the treatments before the movement and the test for rabies: sample taken at least 6 months before the movement for UK and Ireland, sample taken 120 days after the vaccination for Sweden)


  • Animals accompanied with valid, agreed national certification issued before 1 October 2004 attesting compliance with the new Regulation


  • or until the 1 October

  • Animals accompanied by the veterinary certificate (rabies vaccination and test, tick and echinococcus treatment) which used to be required under the national rules in force before the 3 July


C.  From other third countries not listed above

  • To a Member State OTHER than UK, Malta, Ireland and Sweden: shall be allowed entry of :


  • Animals accompanied by the health certificate of the model established in Decision 2004/203/EC attesting a valid rabies vaccination and a test 3 months before the movement


  • or until the 1 October

  • Animals accompanied by the veterinary certificate which used to be required under national rules in force before the 3 July


Please note that the UK, Malta, Ireland and Sweden do not allow the direct entry of animals coming from these third countries and animals will be put in quarantine.

Please note that the list of countries with a favourable situation regarding rabies may be amended.

 
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