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December 2014, it should be in accordance with the model set out in 577/2013.- dogs, cats and ferrets over 12 weeks of age must be vaccinated against rabies.
Vaccination must be done after the animal has been identified.
576/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council, on the non- commercial movement of pet animals and repealing Regulation (EC) No 998/2003.
– dogs, cats and ferrets must be identified with transponder (microchip).
All animals travelling are required to meet the following standards: You can only use certain transport companies and travel routes to leave the United Kingdom.
A new style pet passport will be introduced from 29 December 2014 (according to the model set out in 577/2013).
After primary vaccination you must wait 21 days before your pet can enter another EU country.
Booster vaccination is valid from date given provided they are given on time (according to the instructions in the vaccine manufacturers data sheet).
If the revaccination date is missed your animal will not meet the conditions to move to other Member State.
In this case you must vaccinate the animal and wait 21 days before you can travel.
The veterinarian administering the Rabies immunization must be USDA accredited. For those countries whose entry protocols require Rabies Antibody testing for entry: Schedule a return visit within a sufficient waiting period – 30 days after chipping and vaccination – for the purposes of collecting a blood sample (serum only) for a FAVN-OIE Rabies Antibody blood test.