Posted by Blogger on Thursday May 3rd, 2012
If you’ve been give the chance to move to London you need to start thinking about pet immigration UK to keep your treasured pets with you. In fact, your pet may be so important to you that whether you move or not depends on whether he or she can go with you.
There are two important aspects of pet immigration UK that you need to focus on when moving to London.
Pet Immigration UK – Legal Requirements
Immigration for pets is extremely well controlled in the UK. If you have a pet other than a dog or cat, the regulations may even be more stringent. The one thing you particularly want to avoid is a long quarantine period. Your pet will not want to be away from you for an extended period of time. It is best to check with immigration in the UK to get specific rules. Among the European Union Countries, a scheme has been developed to facilitate transport of animals between them. The Pet Travel Scheme (PETS) was originally developed for use by the United Kingdom to allow pets into London from other countries without a lengthy quarantine process.
This Pet Travel Scheme simplifies the requirements for traveling between participating countries and provides for basic requirements common to all participating countries. For dogs, cats, and ferrets to be considered for pet immigration UK, this includes a microchip implant with basic ID information, a rabies vaccination and certificate, rabies test results and certain documentation letters and certificates from an accredited veterinarian.
Pet Immigration UK – Air Travel
Having determined requirements for pet immigration UK you need to look at transport. Some U.S. airlines won’t fly animals to certain countries even if the destination countries allow entry. Some will not fly animals during the hot summer months. This could change how you set up your itinerary.
Remember that you don’t have to do it alone. You can choose a professional pet immigration UK service representative who will make sure that you and your pets enjoy a grand adventure in London without any stress, hassle or fuss.
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