Foreign travel and rabies vaccination
The Pet Travel Scheme (PETS) means that you can take your dog abroad with you, provided certain requirements are met. Before travelling, your pet needs to be microchipped, vaccinated against rabies and issued with a Pet Passport.
The Scheme only applies to countries within the EU and certain other listed countries, so it’s vital to check the requirements for your destination country before travelling. For full details visit the DEFRA website for the latest information.
If you do take your dog abroad, remember that there may be other diseases, which are not found in the UK. Many of these diseases are transmitted by ticks, so the use of an effective tick treatment can help to reduce the chances of contracting a serious disease.