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Pasoš za kućne ljubimce

dddraga

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Pa to ni ja nisam verovala do juce,...dok nisam videla passport for dogs and cats.
...sa sve licnim podacima,starost ,rasa,vrsta,ime i datumom rodjenja.......
pa dolazio veterinar da ih vakcinise i stavio im cip ispod koze vrata da bi ih mi pronasli ako se izgbe.A na sve to,su ih izgrebali,ja jos ne verujem .
 
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Passport frees dogs and cats for European travel
By Stephen Castle in Brussels
Published: 28 November 2003

Europe's dog, cat and ferret owners yesterday got a first glimpse of the new pet passport, which they will need when they take their animals abroad in the EU from 3 July next year. The document willinclude medical histories and proof that the animal has been vaccinated.

Europe's dog, cat and ferret owners yesterday got a first glimpse of the new pet passport, which they will need when they take their animals abroad in the EU from 3 July next year. The document willinclude medical histories and proof that the animal has been vaccinated.

However, those coming into the UK or Irelandor visiting Sweden will need additional documentation to prove that rabies checks have been effective. These extra measures will be in force for at least five years.

The European Commission has been working for months on the design of the document, which has a blue cover with the yellow stars of the EU flag. Passport-style pet photos are optional.

Pet passports will be issued by vets andthe main advantage for animal-lovers is that they will not have to obey a host of different regulations for different EU countries.

The document will be in English and the language of the relevant member state, and on its cover the words "European Union" and the name of the country of origin will appear alongside a passport number. This will correspond to the pet's microchip or tattoo.

The EU's health and consumer protection commissioner, David Byrne said: "This is a significant step for the free movement of people and their pets, and a step that was made possible by the dramatic advances made in our fight against rabies. We are now close to eradicating rabies from the EU."

He added: "A pet passport will be accepted throughout the EU as proof that a pet has received an anti-rabies vaccination." Veterinary controls on the movement of animals between EU countries for trade have long been in place, but the passport scheme involves harmonising rules only for cats, dogs and ferrets.
 

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