Do dogs need a passport to visit Ireland?

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The claim that you need a valid EU passport for travelling with your dog from Northern Ireland to Ireland is true.

Along with a passport, your pet should be marked by a transponder (microchip) and vaccinated against rabies.

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The claim that you need a valid EU passport for travelling with your dog from Northern Ireland to Ireland is true.

Along with a passport, your pet should be marked by a transponder (microchip) and vaccinated against rabies.

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The claim that you need a valid EU passport for travelling with your dog from Northern Ireland to Ireland is true.

Along with a passport, your pet should be marked by a transponder (microchip) and vaccinated against rabies.

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Irish Ferries participate in the Pet Travel Scheme.

Motorists and foot -passengers may bring their pet with them.

All Dogs, Cats and Ferrets travelling under this scheme need a Pet Passport.

It is your responsibility to ensure that all the entry conditions are met otherwise your pet will not be allowed to travel.

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If you want to import a cat, dog or ferret into Ireland from any EU member state including the UK, the pet animal must have an EU Pet Passport, (this document is the same throughout the EU).

The Passport certifies that: The pet has been vaccinated against rabies subsequently at least 21 days before travel.

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You need an EU pet passport issued by an EU country or one of the countries listed above, to enter Ireland. The pet passport must be stamped by a vet to show that the rabies vaccination has been given.
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If you want to import a cat, dog or ferret into Ireland from any EU member state including the UK, the pet animal must have an EU Pet Passport, (this document is the same throughout the EU).

The Passport certifies that: The pet has been vaccinated against rabies subsequently at least 21 days before travel.

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When travelling to an EU country or Northern Ireland, your pet needs: a microchip. a valid rabies vaccination. an animal health certificate unless you have a pet passport issued in an EU country or Northern Ireland.
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