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Any changes in the past 5 years?

Yes, we've got a different dog.

Other than that, no .......
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In the past 5 years, no, in the next 5 weeks, possibly.

If there is no deal in the offing, even though Parliament has agreed there might be, then the UK must wait to see how the EU declares the UK's status. There are no guarantees at present.

If the UK is declared a Third country because no deal has been agreed, even though transitional arrangements will apply to businesses, it may be that asvregards animal movement the EU could insist on proof of antirabies status as regards the blood titre of antibodies. This MUST exceed 0.5mcg/l from memory.

This can only be determined by a blood test from an approved lab (the WDA would exclude Russian one's then....&#128579 which must be more than 30 days since certification. In France it currently takes 14 days to get such certification once the blood sample has been submitted (cost for us was 80€).

That will be required as proof before the animal can leave a UK port for the EU. Predumably the current worming before leaving the EU for the UK will continue ftb.

We should hear more after 31 January and then details should be certain before the UK totally leaves on 31 December as regards the outcome of any deal.

That is not meant to be alarmist, merely to raise the thoughts about the blood titre which are mentioned repeatedly in the UK GOV website.
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In the past 5 years, no, in the next 5 weeks, possibly.

If there is no deal in the offing, even though Parliament has agreed there might be, then the UK must wait to see how the EU declares the UK's status. There are no guarantees at present.

If the UK is declared a Third country because no deal has been agreed, even though transitional arrangements will apply to businesses, it may be that asvregards animal movement the EU could insist on proof of antirabies status as regards the blood titre of antibodies. This MUST exceed 0.5mcg/l from memory.

This can only be determined by a blood test from an approved lab (the WDA would exclude Russian one's then....&#128579 which must be more than 30 days since certification. In France it currently takes 14 days to get such certification once the blood sample has been submitted (cost for us was 80€).

That will be required as proof before the animal can leave a UK port for the EU. Predumably the current worming before leaving the EU for the UK will continue ftb.

We should hear more after 31 January and then details should be certain before the UK totally leaves on 31 December as regards the outcome of any deal.

That is not meant to be alarmist, merely to raise the thoughts about the blood titre which are mentioned repeatedly in the UK GOV website.
Where did you get this information Dave? It's only the UK that ever needed a passport to enter the country it was never needed to bring a dog abroad, only to get it back into England.

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Where did you get this information Dave? It's only the UK that ever needed a passport to enter the country it was never needed to bring a dog abroad, only to get it back into England.
See here Jan, Dave is correct.

https://ec.europa.eu/food/animals/pe...cial-non-eu_en

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Good advice here;

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/pet-trav...e-after-brexit

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See here Jan, Dave is correct.

https://ec.europa.eu/food/animals/pe...cial-non-eu_en

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It will be 10 years this year since Motley had his blood test, I don´t have the results so as read it does that mean he needs another blood test?

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If you want to go to the UK and BACK then yes you need to have the date of the blood sampling, plus the certificated results entered into the Pet Passport and signed and stamped by the approved vet.

If you are only travelling in the EU, none of this applies - it is only to and from the UK. The only restrictions within the EU are entry problems e.g. to Spain from Morocco.....

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If you want to go to the UK and BACK then yes you need to have the date of the blood sampling, plus the certificated results entered into the Pet Passport and signed and stamped by the approved vet.

If you are only travelling in the EU, none of this applies - it is only to and from the UK. The only restrictions within the EU are entry problems e.g. to Spain from Morocco.....
I will have time if we do leave at the end of this month without a deal to get a new test if the vet doesn't have the results still from 2010.
I think May would be the earliest I would come/go.

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With a little bit of luck if you are still with the same vet and he has computer records available he may well have the 2010 results and can enter those details to cost you less than the 80€ we were charged last year. The entry into the passport was foc, only the lab cost money. Presumably the 80€ fee included the stamping in charge.
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