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Pet Passport - Rabies Vaccination Rules

So, took all 3 dogs for the regular immunization today and the vet asked why I do not have a "Heimtierausweis" for the dogs (that's the red passport). Well, two reasons, when we first brought them home it was fine to use the "impfpass". We never thought we would take them outside of Switzerland so there seemed no need to pay 25 chf for each passport. We have all their shots since 2006 recorded in their books, including the last rabies shot.

So, it's time for the rabies shots again (it's valid every 3 years) but we need to wait 14 days after today's shots. The vet suggested I get the Pet Passport to record the rabies shot, as this is the information checked at the border. I mentioned we might take the dogs to Germany. Then she also told me that I cannot travel to Germany until 30 days after the rabies shot. Also, it seems to travel the rabies shot cannot have been given more than 12 months ago. (even though it is valid for 3 years)

Since today's shots were recorded in the old books, I will have to use both unless they can find a way to transfer today's stickers from the immunization dosages to the new book. The vet said they will only ask about the rabies shot, not the others.

So back to the vet we go in two weeks. Our vet gives us a 10% discount on the shot for each dog as there are 3 of them. She also does not add an examination fee to the bill as some vets do.
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Re: Pet Passport - Rabies Vaccination Rules

We're due to vaccinate Lily this summer. Glad you mentioned the travel restrictions since we had her at the vet last week and were thinking about vaccinating her, but forgot her passport.

Have you ever been stopped at the border with your pet? In the nearly 3 years we've lived here, we've driven to the Netherlands perhaps 8 or 9 times, never stopped. We always carry the passport, however - Lily is the only one in our family with a Swiss passport.
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We're due to vaccinate Lily this summer. Glad you mentioned the travel restrictions since we had her at the vet last week and were thinking about vaccinating her, but forgot her passport.

Have you ever been stopped at the border with your pet? In the nearly 3 years we've lived here, we've driven to the Netherlands perhaps 8 or 9 times, never stopped. We always carry the passport, however - Lily is the only one in our family with a Swiss passport.

Luckily our vet sends us a reminder card about the shots. I know quite a lot of vets do send reminders which I think is a good idea.

We have never taken the dogs outside of Switzerland, but we were planning on going to Germany. It's pretty funny when you consider that our dogs all born in Japan will get Swiss passports.
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Luckily our vet sends us a reminder card about the shots. I know quite a lot of vets do send reminders which I think is a good idea.

We have never taken the dogs outside of Switzerland, but we were planning on going to Germany. It's pretty funny when you consider that our dogs all born in Japan will get Swiss passports.
Same here... Lily was born in the US.
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So, it's time for the rabies shots again (it's valid every 3 years) but we need to wait 14 days after today's shots. The vet suggested I get the Pet Passport to record the rabies shot, as this is the information checked at the border. I mentioned we might take the dogs to Germany. Then she also told me that I cannot travel to Germany until 30 days after the rabies shot. Also, it seems to travel the rabies shot cannot have been given more than 12 months ago. (even though it is valid for 3 years)
Had the previous vac elapsed?

It's been a while since my crew crossed borders - and things may have changed since then - but I thought that as long as the rabies booster was given before the last vac elapsed the waiting period did not apply. My understanding was that the waiting period applies to first vacs, and to boosters given after the previous vac has elapsed.

I also thought that the booster interval as specified by the manufacturer would be accepted - if one is given the 3 year vac, I thought it remains good for entry to Germany (and other EU countries) for 3 years; if one is given a 1 year vac, it must be repeated within that time.

About 3 years ago - one of the few times our passports were checked - I brought my collie into Germany the day after he had been given his booster - which was given before the previous one had elapsed. I'm fairly sure that he had the 3 year vac back then as well... In any event there were no problems.

I can't say that the gentlemen at the border were paying all that much attention, though... they were too busy laughing at my collie's goofy passport picture...

But it's been a while...

Looking for an official German site, I found this:

http://www.bmelv.de/cln_163/SharedDo...erausweis.html
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Re: Pet Passport - Rabies Vaccination Rules

We have the "Internationaler Impfpass" for our dog Dizzy which we were advised was sufficient for travel to France, Germany and other EU. Should we get a red passport too?

For the UK we were advised that an additional ticks and tapeworms test was needed prior to travel, but reading further it seems we need to get an official blood test proving the existence of rabies antibodies 6 months before travelling there. Has anyone else experience of this?
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Re: Pet Passport - Rabies Vaccination Rules

Bringing a pet into the UK is quite different from travel around Europe; you need to comply - to the letter - with the UK PETS scheme:

http://www.defra.gov.uk/wildlife-pet...avel/index.htm

The very much condensed version:

-Pet must be microchipped.
-Vaccinated against rabies.
-Blood drawn and tested at a DEFRA approved lab for rabies antibody count.
-Waiting period of 6 months from the date of the blood draw before entry to the UK. (Assuming minimum antibody count met - otherwise, start over.)
-24-48 hours before entry, pet must be treated for ticks and tapeworm, using the DEFRA approved products, done by a vet.

The process thus generally takes 6-7 months. Follow the steps as given in the link, in the order given. When in doubt, contact DEFRA in writing for clarification.

There are several threads discussing this in more detail, I have a look around for a link...


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Bringing a pet into the UK is quite different from travel around Europe; you need to comply - to the letter - with the UK PETS scheme:

http://www.defra.gov.uk/wildlife-pet...avel/index.htm

The very much condensed version:

-Pet must be microchipped.
-Vaccinated against rabies.
-Blood drawn and tested at a DEFRA approved lab for rabies antibody count.
-Waiting period of 6 months from the date of the blood draw before entry to the UK. (Assuming minimum antibody count met - otherwise, start over.)
-24-48 hours before entry, pet must be treated for ticks and tapeworm, using the DEFRA approved products, done by a vet.

The process thus generally takes 6-7 months. Follow the steps as given in the link, in the order given. When in doubt, contact DEFRA in writing for clarification.

There are several threads discussing this in more detail, I have a look around for a link...


ETA: here you go:

Moving cats to the UK
Thanks lots! I have just enough time to organise it now for Christmas...
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Had the previous vac elapsed?

It's been a while since my crew crossed borders - and things may have changed since then - but I thought that as long as the rabies booster was given before the last vac elapsed the waiting period did not apply. My understanding was that the waiting period applies to first vacs, and to boosters given after the previous vac has elapsed.
As far as I know, you only have to wait the 30 days (or longer) after vaccination if the previous vaccination had run out, not if it was still in date.

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I also thought that the booster interval as specified by the manufacturer would be accepted - if one is given the 3 year vac, I thought it remains good for entry to Germany (and other EU countries) for 3 years; if one is given a 1 year vac, it must be repeated within that time.
I was told by defra (UK) and the french eurotunnel people that as long as the rabies vaccine was valid, ie within the manufacturers time interval, that my dog could travel back to the UK (this was a couple of years ago though), without having to get a new vaccine (she has the 3 year rabies vaccine and it was after a year had gone past). We have taken her to Spain since and had no problems with her traveling by car. We have travelled in and out of the country many times with our dog and have never been stopped by the Swiss border control, even when we broke down right at the border coming back in from France the border guards didn't ask to see any of our dogs paperwork, which we carry with us at all times just in case.
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Re: Pet Passport - Rabies Vaccination Rules

And for travel to the UK you need a Rabies vaccine yearly I think.
At least we have to do that, even if the vaccine is valid for 3 years.
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And for travel to the UK you need a Rabies vaccine yearly I think.
At least we have to do that, even if the vaccine is valid for 3 years.
Yes this is true. My Dog travels with me to the U.K each time i go. Also double check the vet dates evreything in your passport! unlike i did..too trusting i am! I drove from Switzerland to Dunkirk a few months ago, to be told my Dog could not get on the Ferry due to the vet not dating an entry in the passport! My vet was on her Hols the same time... So turn around we did! A good job my doggy is an excellent traveller!..
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Yes this is true. My Dog travels with me to the U.K each time i go. Also double check the vet dates evreything in your passport! unlike i did..too trusting i am! I drove from Switzerland to Dunkirk a few months ago, to be told my Dog could not get on the Ferry due to the vet not dating an entry in the passport! My vet was also on Holiday at the time... So turn around we did! A good job my doggy is an excellent traveller!..
I have been in the same situation.
I went to a vet in Calais and she re-did all the injections etc.
The vets number was on the board in the pets immigration office, very handy.
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And for travel to the UK you need a Rabies vaccine yearly I think.
At least we have to do that, even if the vaccine is valid for 3 years.
Since you have to wait 6 months after the blood test one month after the vaccine, doesn't that mean you only have 5 months in a year you can take your dog with you?

Are you sure the rabies vaccine is needed, rather than just a blood test?
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Since you have to wait 6 months after the blood test one month after the vaccine, doesn't that mean you only have 5 months in a year you can take your dog with you?

Are you sure the rabies vaccine is needed, rather than just a blood test?
I spoke to Defra immediately after the first 3-year rabies vaccine our dog had and they categorically stated then that a 3-year vaccine is valid for 3 years as far as they are concerned, so no need for another jab at 12 months. The crucial thing is the expiry date of the vaccine. Having said that, I would still ring up and check

Re the blood test, it's a one-off providing re-vaccination is before the previous vaccine expires. If you miss that, then you need a new blood test and 6 month wait (had that once, totally lost track of time and suddenly realised the rabies jab was a month overdue - doh)

The UK has pretty much the toughest regs in the world, so I doubt Germany would be stricter. And like others, our dogs have never been checked at the border except in/out of the UK
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I spoke to Defra immediately after the first 3-year rabies vaccine our dog had and they categorically stated then that a 3-year vaccine is valid for 3 years as far as they are concerned, so no need for another jab at 12 months.
Well not quite, it depends when the vaccine was administered, the vacc was valid for a year, which was then increased to 3 years. 2 of ours had the vaccine given and 3 months later the 3rd had one. When it came to booster time the 2 who had the vacc' before the change had to have another shot, but the young fella had 3 years on his. Thing was when the vet here checked the stamps it was the same vaccine from the same batch nothing to do with the 'shelf life' of the drug, but the legislation in force at the time the vaccination was given. I asked as the young 'un had the same batch jab, could she not just amend the dates for the other 2... politelty, but enfatically I was told no.
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Get Passport - Rabies Vaccination Rules

Maybe it's just me, but each time I see the thread heading I see

"Get Passport - Rabies Vaccination Rules"

With conjures up an entirely different image... time to go home... (I wish)
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Well not quite, it depends when the vaccine was administered, the vacc was valid for a year, which was then increased to 3 years. 2 of ours had the vaccine given and 3 months later the 3rd had one. When it came to booster time the 2 who had the vacc' before the change had to have another shot, but the young fella had 3 years on his. Thing was when the vet here checked the stamps it was the same vaccine from the same batch nothing to do with the 'shelf life' of the drug, but the legislation in force at the time the vaccination was given. I asked as the young 'un had the same batch jab, could she not just amend the dates for the other 2... politelty, but enfatically I was told no.
OK, I understand that, must be incredibly frustrating to get caught in a transition in the rules

I just rechecked Defra on Melloncollie's link and it very clearly states that the critical factor is the expiry date of the vaccine, so if that's three years, it's three years. The EU is also trying to harmonise the rules as far as possible, which holds out some hope of the UK system (and Sweden, Malta etc) becoming less tortuous at some point in future, although those countries have just been given an 18 month extension to the application of their own rules, so PETS has now officially been extended until 31 Dec 2011. However, it would appear the EU regards these non-standard systems as anomalies for which it grants exceptional permission
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OK, I understand that, must be incredibly frustrating to get caught in a transition in the rules

I just rechecked Defra on Melloncollie's link and it very clearly states that the critical factor is the expiry date of the vaccine, so if that's three years, it's three years. The EU is also trying to harmonise the rules as far as possible, which holds out some hope of the UK system (and Sweden, Malta etc) becoming less tortuous at some point in future, although those countries have just been given an 18 month extension to the application of their own rules, so PETS has now officially been extended until 31 Dec 2011. However, it would appear the EU regards these non-standard systems as anomalies for which it grants exceptional permission
I've just checked my dogs passport, she last had her rabies vacc in july 2008 and I was told that it is valid for 3 years, but the sticker from the vacc states an expiry date of june 2009, I guess this means I'm going to have to go through all the hassle of revaccinating and blood tests, etc, which is a pain as we were supposed to be taking her to Spain in august. If this is the case, why did the vet say it was valid for 3 years even though the expiry date was for less than a year? What a pain in the arse.
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I've just checked my dogs passport, she last had her rabies vacc in july 2008 and I was told that it is valid for 3 years, but the sticker from the vacc states an expiry date of june 2009, I guess this means I'm going to have to go through all the hassle of revaccinating and blood tests, etc, which is a pain as we were supposed to be taking her to Spain in august. If this is the case, why did the vet say it was valid for 3 years even though the expiry date was for less than a year? What a pain in the arse.
Probably because, the vacc could last upto 3 years at that time, and they didn't check the batch expiry date.

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I just rechecked Defra on Melloncollie's link and it very clearly states that the critical factor is the expiry date of the vaccine, so if that's three years, it's three years. The EU is also trying to harmonise the rules as far as possible, which holds out some hope of the UK system (and Sweden, Malta etc) becoming less tortuous at some point in future, although those countries have just been given an 18 month extension to the application of their own rules, so PETS has now officially been extended until 31 Dec 2011. However, it would appear the EU regards these non-standard systems as anomalies for which it grants exceptional permission
Only if the vacc was given after the 3 year rule came in, before that it was 12 months, which are the current reg's. You would need to go bac to when it changed which was in 2008, that would give you the specific date an length of validity for the jab.
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Re: Pet Passport - Rabies Vaccination Rules

Just to know,
got a dog today that has all the shots but rabies. Even tho they told us he was up to date on everything. What is the cost of the rabies shot?
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