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Old 5th August 2014, 19:46   #1 (permalink)
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Hi everyone,

I am hoping someone has taken their dog to the UK recently. I have found information about what is necessary - shots, chip etc - but what paperwork do you need and where do I get it?

Many thanks
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I am hoping someone has taken their dog to the UK recently. I have found information about what is necessary - shots, chip etc - but what paperwork do you need and where do I get it?

Many thanks
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Any one watched the new series in UK dangerous dogs and proud yet ?
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I am hoping someone has taken their dog to the UK recently. I have found information about what is necessary - shots, chip etc - but what paperwork do you need and where do I get it?

Many thanks
Nicola
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My friend will be flying back with her dog at the end of October.
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Contact Defra and they will guide you through it. They will email back and forth, very helpful.
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Contact Defra and they will guide you through it. They will email back and forth, very helpful.

Defra ?????

I have a friend in Dalyan that needs to transport her dog to Manchester in early October, the dog has had all its jabs and paperwork done but when she contacted an airline they said she should contact an animal transfer company.

So the question is anyone have any advice of what to do and who to contact?
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