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Post by Polly on Fri 19 Jun 2015 - 13:20

hia

Does Izzy the dog need a pet passport to enter southern island
She is up to date with her booster, flee and worming 
So will that do 
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Re: Southern Island

Post by Quicksam on Fri 19 Jun 2015 - 16:14

It would appear that she does ...

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Cats, Dogs or Ferrets into or out of Ireland:
Pet Cats, dogs or ferrets accompanied by their owner - Non-commercial movement
Cats, dogs or ferrets to/from other Member states of the EU.
Persons travelling on holiday or to permanently locate their residence (or other non-commercial movement where there is no sale or change of ownership involved)  to/ from Ireland  to/from another  EU Member States may bring their  pet cat, dog, or ferret with them  provided the following conditions are met:
The pet must be identified by a microchip* (a transponder readable by a device compatible with ISO standard 11785);
The animal must be accompanied  by an EU Pet Passport* in respect of the animal  which demonstrates that the  animal is currently immunized against rabies  and in cases where a dog is being brought in from countries other than Finland, Malta or the  UK, that it has been treated against Echinococcus multilocularis (tapeworm) not more than 120 hours (5 days) and not less than 24 hours (1 day) prior to scheduled arrival time in Ireland;
In cases where the number of animals being moved exceeds 5, a veterinary health certificate to demonstrate that the animals have been clinically examined within 48 hours of departure is also required unless the owner can show proof that the animals are being brought to compete in a sporting event or other competition.
Cats, dogs or ferrets from other Member States of the EU may enter Ireland through any port/airport of entry and may be transported by any airline or ferry company operating within the State that is willing to transport such animals. The Operator of such airline/ ferry company is legally obliged under the Pet Passport (No2) Regulations 2014 to notify the arrival of the animals to the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine by email at least 24 hours in advance to [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
As regards air travel, the Department does not require that pets from the EU be carried as manifested freight and it is therefore a matter for the airlines to decide whether to carry the animal in the cabin or as excess baggage. The following airlines/ferry companies have indicated that they will carry pets to/from Ireland within the EU. [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
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Re: Southern Island

Post by KSH on Fri 19 Jun 2015 - 16:59

No Polly, we looked into this and it's not needed, I'll forward you the email when I get home

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Re: Southern Island

Post by Polly on Fri 19 Jun 2015 - 19:43

Hia

Looked on irish ferries website and they say yes grrrrrr
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Post by Polly on Fri 19 Jun 2015 - 19:44

Hia

Also I was going to leave izzy in the van but it says no pets can stay in the cars wonder if that goes for MotorHomes 
As she as a kennel thingy on the boat
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Re: Southern Island

Post by KSH on Sat 20 Jun 2015 - 14:31


The official line for the EU is



From 01/01/2012 the requirement is that pets travelling between Ireland and the UK should be microchipped and accompanied by a pet passport, while for entry into the UK a vaccination against rabies is also required. As both Ireland and the UK have no indigenous rabies for many decades, compliance checks on pets travelling between the two countries will not be applied. Pet owners travelling with their pets should therefore not experience any change on the ground from the 01/01/2012.



There is an agreement between Ireland and the UK that no documents (Pet Passports Rabies vaccinations etc.,) are required to enter Ireland from the UK and vice-versa. Enjoy your holiday.



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Re: Southern Island

Post by Polly on Sat 20 Jun 2015 - 17:44

Hia

Thanks Ken
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Re: Southern Island

Post by Wurly on Sun 21 Jun 2015 - 15:08

Hi Polly

With SL short sea crossings (ie not France) you can leave them in the car...  I'm sure Irish Ferries would be the same but they all do have kennels, which is sometimes a safer option for those which don't know how they're pooches will react.  On the Stena Europe (ex Fishguard) they have 'Pooch Corner' where there's a live link so you can see your dogs in the kennels during the crossing.  As you cannot go back to the car deck during the crossing.
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