Step 1: Make sure your pet is microchipped with an ISO compliant microchip.
Step 2: Your pet will need a rabies vaccination after the microchip is implanted. This will need to be given more than 21 days before entry to Spain but not after the vaccination has expired so make sure you know when this is! When your pet has entered either of these countries for the first time, it will not need a 21-day waiting period for future visits – you just need to keep rabies boosters up-to-date and make sure other entry requirements are met.
Step 3: If you are taking your pet to Spain by plane, then they will need to be checked within 10 days of the flight to ensure they are free of disease and in good health.
The following breeds of dog aren’t banned from entering Spain, however they must be registered within three months of entering the country. These breeds are:
PetAir UK have ample experience in flying dogs and cats to Spain. We can organise everything and help you plan all the steps required for your pet’s journey.
Our main aim to get pets to their destination safely and comfortably, while taking care of the owner’s stresses and needs also. So, if you’re planning to take your dog to Spain, give us a call and have a chat with one of our friendly staff members today!Contact Us
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