The EU health certificates used for imports of cats, dog & ferrets, also known as non-commercial and commercial annex certificates are changing and we only have a grace period of until the end of December before the Animal reception centres and Animal and plant health agency start failing old style certificates resulting in significant costs & delays on the day of arrivals to replace with EU pet passports.

New non-commercial annex – https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/pet-travel-certificate-for-movement-of-dogs-cats-and-ferrets-from-third-countries

Commercial annex – https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/?qid=1575035915028&uri=CELEX:32019D0294

Owners and shippers are obligated to check if the country their pet/s are travelling from have their owner version of the EU health certificate before completing the versions available at the above links.

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