1. Travel to Spain from an EU country
NON COMMERCIAL IMPORT
Make an appointment with your vet: ensure that all required inoculations/vaccinations are given within the time period required before travel. Maximum of 5 pets may travel (there are some exceptions)
To introduce a dog, cat or pet ferret in Spain, it must:
• Be identified with a microchip, or tattoo (if it was made before 03/07/2011) and as long as it remains legible.
• Be vaccinated against rabies with a valid vaccine at the time of travel and included in the passport.
• Have a European passport for the movement of pets. In the passport, the sections “Owner”, “Description of the animal”, “Marking”, “Issuance of the passport” and “Anti-rabies vaccination” must be completed (see The link below)
Sections of Serological Test, Treatment against Ticks, Treatment against Echinococcus, Other Vaccinations, Clinical Examination, Legalization and Others are not obligatory.
No exceptions are granted, and dogs, cats and ferrets less than15 weeks old, and therefore not vaccinated with a valid rabies vaccine, are not allowed to enter Spain
• The minimum age to vaccinate the animals will be 12 weeks .
• In order for the vaccine to be valid, it must be at least 21 days after the inoculation.
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