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Well, we've done that quite a few times (from Romania to France), and you need to have the full vaccination set done – rabies vaccination (la rage) being really the critical one, as well as have your animal identified. You may need to make a passport for him, though I guess there's a european legislation regarding animals identification. I'm pretty sure if ...


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I moved my cat from a non-EU country to Germany. I did a bunch of research about this, but the most important thing in the end was to find a vet that deals with pet export (not all do, or are authorised to). The vet was able to point me to the official import/export agencies if I required further information. It is also possible that some pet export ...


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According to this page, here is the process to import cats or dogs in the Kingdom of Thailand: A health certificate in English, signed or further endorsed by a full-time authorized veterinary official of the government of the exporting country, if it is previously acknowledged by a veterinary surgeon, stating: (a) number and species, (b) breed, sex, age and ...


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As far as importing your snakes into the UK, corn snakes (Pantherophis guttatus) don't appear in CITES, don't appear in the EU Regulation (1143/2014) on invasive alien (non-native) species and are not listed in the Balai Directive, at least as far as I can see. So, it doesn't appear that you are going to be precluded from importing them outright. The ...


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The details are available at http://ec.europa.eu/food/animal/liveanimals/pets/nocomm_third_en.htm. Basically you are moving your pets from an unlisted third country to an EU country. So the following applies: OTHER THIRD COUNTRIES Countries with an unfavourable situation or for which no application to be listed has been submitted to the Commission are ...


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Embassies in France (especially the one from your country of residence) or the local Ministry of Foreign Affairs might have some info on their website (as an example, the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs has some info on doing the opposite, namely moving out of France with a pet). The French Ministry of Agriculture provides some info too. I haven't found ...


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Somehow I managed to turn up good information. I found a Dutch government website about importing cats or dogs from third countries (not EU) into the Netherlands. It discusses requirements on whether the animal is coming from a low-risk- or high-risk-for-rabies country. I will extract just the last few notes from the high-risk section which is what ...


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Most places are cat-friendly. Only a few of the more pricey condos don't allow pets. Some will restrict the maximum size of dogs. So you see a lot of little yappy dogs. The main issue with cats in Thailand is that it is hot here, and my cats (which I brought from Seattle) had a difficult time adjusting to the heat and the bugs. You need to be a lot more ...


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According to the CDC, import requirements for pet cats are pretty relaxed. However, additional requirements may apply based on the destination state, county, or city. For information about flying with a cat, contact your airline. They will probably have different rules depending on whether the cat is accompanied (considered personal baggage) or not (...


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The easiest is to consult the German Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture page on Traveling to EU with Animals. You qualify for entry from the listed third countries of which Argentina is one you will need: every animal needs to be identified by a clearly distinguishable tattoo or by a microchip (mandatory since 3 July 2011 for newly tagged ...


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You will need to apply for a licence to import them from the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (or the Scottish or Welsh Governments if you are moving to Scotland or Wales).


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I ended up putting in my dog's microchip ID and it was accepted fine. I did not wait to do the Health Cert. My dog has been in the UK with me for over a month now so it worked out fine.


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