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Puppy Transport

Chris Houlding
(Verified User)
Posts 822
Dogs 10 / Races 3

18 May 2017 23:25


I believe a puppy must be at least 12 weeks old before being vaccinated against rabies. Does this mean that a puppy at 8 weeks of age can't travel between UK & Ireland or vice versa.


Jason Shufflebotham
United Kingdom
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Posts 509
Dogs 8 / Races 1

19 May 2017 12:11


I would have thought so, the laws will still have to adhered to regardless of the age.


Yvonne Harrington
Ireland
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Posts 1834
Dogs 28 / Races 0

19 May 2017 17:56


Official word came back from the EU.....seems this rule is nothing to do with them its between England and Ireland.....with a sprinkling of vet fees to add a bit of flavour

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