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Did you know that it is relatively easy to take your pets on holiday with you, particularly if you tend to drive to Europe?

Did you know that it is relatively easy to take your pets on holiday with you, particularly if you tend to drive to Europe? All they require is a microchip, a rabies vaccine and to have been issued with a Pet Passport by a licensed vet. The important thing is not to leave it to the last minute as the pet must have the rabies vaccine at least 3 weeks prior to travelling. When returning to this country your pet needs to be treated by a licensed vet (and those near ports are very familiar with this) with a product that kills tapeworms. It’s as simple as that. Talk to your vet about taking your pet on holiday and they will advise about the health risks and preventatives available.

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