Pet travel with dogs, cats and ferrets is bound by the conditions of the EU pet passport. The EU pet passport replaces all passports or other documents previously used for pet travel in Europe including the PETS document. The EU pet passport can be acquired at any authorized veterinarian after a microchip has been fitted and a successful blood test has been given. The following procedures must be followed in the order listed below.
Please note: Following the UK's exit from the European Union we have entered the Transition Period that will last until 31st December 2020. During this transition period EU rules and regulations will continue to apply and therefore any ferry travel between UK and EU will just be the same as before and your travel plans between now and 31 December 2020 will not be affected.
If you are planning to travel from UK to EU after 31st December 2020 further information is available at GOV.UK.