Pet Passports allow you to travel abroad with your dog, cat or ferret.
Animals must be microchipped and up to date with their Rabies vaccination before a Pet Passport can be issued. A registered Official Veterinarian must complete and stamp the documents before an animal can travel on the passport. Passports can only be issued THREE weeks after the first Rabies vaccination.
A booster vaccination is required within 12 months of the 1st vaccination, and thereafter 3 yearly. Please note that unlike routine vaccinations there is no leeway for going outside the reminder period and that any late vaccination will result in a wait of 3 weeks before being able to travel.
We can discuss and perform all of the necessary requirements here at Allpets. Please call to make a consultation if you'd like to travel with your pet.
Joe Clarke APDT, canine behavourist and trainer, hosts weekly Puppy classes in Socialisation and Habitualisation at our Sidmouth Parade clinic. Junior classes, for dogs 5-6 months and older, are held in a set 6 week block at our Neasden clinic.
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Ensuring that your animal is fully up to date with their vaccinations is one of the most important things you can do to safeguard their health as a pet owner.
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Our Pet Health Club is an easy and affordable way to ensure your pet is covered when it comes to preventative health.
The scheme includes everything necessary for the prevention of fleas, worms and other parasites, as well as routine vaccinations.