How do I take my dog from Canada to Europe?
For this appointment, you’ll need the vet to do a general health check and then fill out the “Health Certificate for the non-commercial movement into the EU from Canada of dogs, cats and ferrets.” Let your vet know what you need from them ahead of time, as some vets will charge extra for filling out your paperwork.
Can I bring my dog to Europe?
The USDA paperwork is officially good for travel within the E.U. for up to 90 days. This passport documents all vaccinations and health check-ups and allows your dog to travel freely in between European countries. To get a pet passport, you’ll need to make an appointment with a local vet in your first destination.
Can I bring my dog from Canada to Germany?
When entering the Federal Republic of Germany directly from Canada with dogs, cats or ferrets, you must have with you a health certificate issued by an official veterinarian in accordance with the EU uniform sample, as well as supporting documents, such as a vaccination certificate.
Do dogs need to be quarantined when going to Europe?
Most popular countries for people to travel to with their dogs don’t require quarantine. This includes most of Europe (including the United Kingdom, which previously had a long quarantine period), the United States (except for Hawaii and the territory of Guam), Canada and Mexico.
What happens to dog passports after Brexit?
Any pet passports issued in Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales), including the Channel Islands and Isle of Man, are now invalid for travel to an EU country or Northern Ireland. You can still use your pet passport if it was issued in an EU country or Northern Ireland and are travelling to another EU country.
How much does it cost to fly a dog to Europe?
Airlines generally require you to make a flight reservation for your pet. They will also charge you a fee for transport, frequently $200 for one-way travel to Europe.
Can I take my dog to EU after Brexit?
You can still use your pet passport if it was issued in an EU country or Northern Ireland and are travelling to another EU country. Note: Be sure to speak with an official veterinarian (OV) and check the government website before you travel.
Will I still be able to take my dog to France after Brexit?
You are still be able to travel with your pet dog, cat or even ferret from England, Scotland and Wales to the EU, but you now have to follow different rules. This means pets from England, Scotland and Wales can travel within the EU’s borders as long as owners obtain an animal health certificate (AHC) first.