The Pet Travel Scheme is really a UK Government scheme which allows pet cats and dogs to enter the U.K. without spending amount of time in quarantine.
In order to comply with your rules you will need to do these (In Order).
Check the principles applicable to your pet on the https://www.gov.uk/bringing-food-animals-plants-into-uk internet site and make your plans accordingly.
Have your animal fitted with a microchip.
Have your pet vaccinated against rabies.
For qualifying countries, after an amount of 21 days following your pet’s vaccination, your pet may then travel to the UK.
If you have any evidence your pet is fit and healthy (like a letter from the vet stating that the pet has been recently examined and what the findings were), then this would be helpful.
Between 1 and 5 days ahead of the date of departure your puppy (this does not connect with cats or ferrets) must certanly be treated against tapeworm. You’ll want this treatment completed by a vet and ensure they issue you with a certificate to the effect/stamp your pet’s passport.
Please be aware that you will find different rules applicable determined by where your pet has travelled from. If your pet can very quickly be identified (because thet have now been fitted with a pet passport microchip) then importation will undoubtedly be much easier. Always try and travel with your pet so you are available to answer any questions because they arise.
There are other considerations you will have to take into account before bringing your pet back to the U.K. as an example the route that your pet travels must be approved by DEFRA. The airline that you employ should be an accepted carrier and the united states that you’re flying from needs to be always a qualifying country.
Cat Export Norwood Green
Cat Export Old Oak Common
Cat Export Oatlands Park
Cat Export North Wembley
Cat Export North Town
Pet Export Old Malden
Pet Export Nuptown
Pet Export Ockham
Dog Export Northwood Hills
Cat Export Oakley Green
Pet Export Northolt
Pet Export Northwood
The above mentioned information should only be used as a guide, whilst the regulations are constantly changing. The full listing of regulations can be found utilizing the link below to the DEFRA website.
There’s no making your way around it – taking your pet travelling by air outside the UK, whether on a short holiday or maybe more permanently, is expensive, time-consuming and may be complicated.
There are a host of regulations which must be followed, both country and airline specific, and they frequently change.
Generally, the farther away or maybe more exotic your destination, the more work is needed to meet import regulations, veterinary requirements and to navigate through the local rules.
Our job at Pets by Plane is to assist you find the right flights (many airlines won’t carry snub-nosed breeds of dogs and cats) navigate the rules and regulations, advise on the right travel kennel and make sure that your pet can travel comfortably, securely and as economically as possible.
With over 25 year’s experience in transporting animals around the world, we’ll ensure everything can be as stress free as possible and we is likely to make the calm well-being, comfort and safety of your pet our top priority. We take our motto of’We care in the air’extremely seriously and pride ourselves on giving a dedicated, efficient and caring service.
IATA Approved Flight Kennels
All dogs shipped by air should be housed within an IATA approved kennel which is suitable for the size of canine being transported. Food and water must also be within the kennel for long journeys and some airlines do exercise any dogs being shipped in the hold on significant stop-overs however for security reasons, this is simply not a thing that you (if you are travelling for a passing fancy aircraft) would be allowed to accomplish yourself.
Shipping Dogs To Australia By Air
We have been shipping dogs by air to all the major continents for over 40 years and as such have a vast amount of experience which we can call upon whenever we encounter the odd unexpected problem. Shipping live animals to any country requires an comprehensive (and current) understanding of different rules that apply to the import of animals for certain country.
If you’re emigrating or moving abroad for a time frame and desire to take your pet dog, or dogs with you then if you intend ahead, it will be a fairly easy process with the least number of stress for you personally and your dog(s). Planning ahead means getting all the relevant vaccinations and any other veterinary treatments out just how early meaning that your pets will not be suffering side effects once they travel. It’s also recommended to have all documentation completed and all set to go with sufficient time to spare before your departure date.
Passportforpets.co.uk is a division of Airsupply Shipping located near London’s Heathrow Airport. We offer a variety of dog shipping services that can incorporate a “door to door” collection and delivery if you so wish. Our pricing is open and transparent without any hidden fees and we will be pleased to offer any help and support you could require to really get your pet safely to your home.
Cat Export Bray
Dog Export Bracknell
Dog Export Britwell
Dog Export Brick Hill
Pet Export Bray Wick
Cat Export Bridge End
Dog Export Braywoodside
Dog Export Brentford
Dog Export Brentford End
Pet Export Brands Hill
This website provides a success of information regarding the import requirements of varied countries concerning the import of dogs if your destination is not listed beneath the “Destination Requirements” tab (above) then simply contact us by completing the online quotation form, or our quick enquiry form or you can call us free using the amount towards the top of this page.
Leaving the UK
Taking your pet out of the UK for a holiday or more permanent move can require a good deal of planning and research. By using Airpets you can leave us to do the hard work, letting you concentrate on your own travel arrangements.
Airpets are the most experienced pet relocation company in the UK, having completed countless amounts of professional & safe, pet moves since inception in 1966. Whether you’ll need help with all areas of your pet relocation, or simply advice and support with specific areas, we’re here to greatly help and offer the next:
Expert assistance with all relevant veterinary & documentation requirements
Reliable, DEFRA licenced number of your pet from anywhere in the UK
Booking of the most direct, time efficient flight for the pet
Comprehensive ‘Door-to-door’pet relocation to destinations across the globe
Way to obtain IATA approved sky kennels
Delivery at destination via our worldwide network of established partner agents
Our prime location is vital to minimising the full time pets spend within their Sky Kennels, allowing us to exercise each and everybody before its flight & making the journey as short and stress-free as possible.
Boarding & Quarantine
Located only 5 minutes from London’s Heathrow airport, we offer excellent on-site boarding kennels as well as luxury boarding catteries.
Whether your pet is sticking to us whilst you’re away on christmas, just before shipment abroad or in quarantine, they will be pampered by our experienced & caring kennel staff. All our staff have undergone our personal in-house kennel care and animal well-being training, and have your pets comfort and health as a number 1 priority.
All dogs are exercised daily in individual runs or inside our secure paddock
All kennels have heated passage ways or individual heaters
All pets are fed a well-balanced & nutritious diet
Our vets come in attendance every day
We also offer a full pet grooming service
Exporting Pets Living in the United Kingdom
All dogs, cats and ferrets leaving the UK should be microchipped, vaccinated for rabies (in that order) and wait 21 days before leaving the country. It’s also wise to ask your veterinarian for an EU Pet Passport if you wish to go back to the UK.
If you should be likely to take your pet on a holiday to a country with a top incidence of rabies, your veterinarian should administer a Blood Titer Test when you leave the country if you want to come back to the EU. You don’t have to attend 90 days before traveling if your pet has an EU pet passport and its vaccination and blood test were done in the EU and recorded in your pet passport.
There isn’t to wait 3 months if your pet has an EU pet passport and its vaccination and blood test were done in the EU and recorded in your pet passport.
Export certificates are expected for exporting unaccompanied dogs and cats to the next countries: Anguilla, Antigua/Barbuda, Argentina, Ascension Island, Australia, the Bahamas, Bahrian, Bangladesh (GB only), Bermuda, Bolivia, Boznia Herzogovina, Botswana, Brazil, British Virgin Islands, Brunei, Cameroon, Canada, Cayman Islands, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cyprus (northern), Cuba, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, El Salvador, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia, Falkand Islands, Faroe Islands, Fiji, French Polynesia, Gambia (dogs only), Georgia, Ghana, Grenada, Guam, Guatemala, Guyana, Hawaii, Honduras, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Ivory Coast, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Korea, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libia, Macau, Madagascar, Malawi, Malaysia (peninsula), Mauritius, Mexico, Montenegro, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Oman, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Serbia, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Singapore, Soloman Islands, South Africa, Sri Lanka, St Kitts and Nevis, St Helena, St Lucia, St Vincent and the Grenadines, Syria, Taiwan, Tanzania, Thailand, Tonga (dogs only), Trinidad & Tobago, Tunisia, Turkey, Turks & Caicos, Uganda, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, Uruguay, Uzebekistan (dogs only), Vanuatu, Venezuela, Vietnam, Wallace and Futuna Islands, Yemen, Zambia and Zimbabwe.