Quarantine rules

On January 13, 2012, in Quarantine rules, by S.J.H.

From the first of January 2012 UK quarantine have changed and are at last more relaxed to be more in line with the rest of Europe, long seperations and expense kennel costs will no longer apply making both easier and cheaper for pet owners to travel with thier animals. My family took thier dog back from Spain to the UK a few years ago and the poor animal had to spend 6 months at the quarantine kennel, thank goodness this is no longer the cse as it’s unfair to dog and owner. All animals will have to be vaccinated against rabiea but will no longer need a blood test and will now only need to wait 21 days before they can travel. Stricter rules will still apply for countires outside the EU. Pets were before made to have a tick treatment before travelling and this had to of been applied within 24 hours of them leaving the country of origin this is not necessary either under the new rules but as it’s always a good thing to have done whatever country youlive in or maybe travelling to.

I think these changes are well over due and wish happy hols to petsand owners from now on!


One Response to Quarantine rules

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