For the transport of pets (dogs, cats and ferrets), in addition to the leash and the muzzle to be worn for access to common areas, it is mandatory to have some compulsory medical documents and certifications.
For transportation between Schengen Area Countries or Schengen Countries to an Extra Schengen Country:
For domestic routes:
Registration in the canine registry (registered microchip),
Certificate of good health issued by the veterinary surgeon
Dogs, cats and ferrets that are brought into the EU from Tunisia and Morocco must be identified by a clearly legible microchip or tattoo if it is affixed before 03/07/2011. The following documents must be presented upon boarding:
Health certificate in compliance with Annex IV of the Implementing Regulation (EU) No. 577/2013;
Copy of the certificate with the electronic identification data of the pet;
Copy of the certificate with rabies vaccination data. In addition to the rabies vaccination, these animals must be subjected to the so-called “antibody titration”, which consists of a special examination to be carried out at least one month after the rabies vaccination in a laboratory approved by the EU, to ensure the presence of a minimum protective level (greater than 0.5 Ul/ml). The test result must be attached to the documents to be presented upon boarding, and the minimum protective level resulting from the tests must be stated on the animal health certificate or passport.
For more information on transporting pets, please consult ours General Conditions