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post #21 of 26 (permalink) Old 13-02-2019, 13:00
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This scaremongering is all to do with the uk being classed as a “Third Country “ post Brexit. The blood testing is being threatened to us if we are classed as such. I assume that other third countries are required to provide evidence of a satisfactory titre test before being allowed in to the EU zone.

It is all totally ridiculous as explained above and reiterated by Jan. The Pet Passport was introduced to save British dogs (in particular those belonging to influential newspaper editors) from enduring quarantine for six months.

If all the other scare stories are based on such ridiculous scenarios then all will be absolutely fine when we finally leave.
Unless they do not turn out to be scare stories but portends of the truth.

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The editor of the Daily Mail at the time was a big dog lover. He was also editor of Dogs Today magazine. He had a property in France. He promised prominent politicians that he would support their election campaign if they, when they were in Government, would introduce a pet passport scheme. The deal was done and he fulfilled his promise and they, eventually, theirs.

And there were we thinking we were voting for better schools etc
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Well I guess dog owners wishing t go to Europe are going to pay £100 to ensure they can return with their pets

In the event of a no Deal Brexit

I’m not , so we will stay in Britain

Until it’s sorted one way or another

Although.......

I’m eying up this hound from hell

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We have to remember that it is in our dog’ s best interest to be fully protected against rabies. Ours too come to think of it.
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And he is Pat

He’s fully protected from everything he needs to be protected from

Has been protected from rabies, worms, ticks for years

And leaving theEUwont change that

I protect him against the the problems of Europe

And if they have a problem with that if we become “ a third country”

So he will stay in Britain

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When we lived in Hungary the vet came to our house, 2 dogs flea and tick and 3 cats passports, blood tests ect. cost £56. Just had one dog passport in the UK £180 and we had to go to the vets. Rip off Britain.
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