Reisen mit Hund USA ->D ; D -> USA

#1
Moinsen
ein grosses
E N T S C H U L D I G U N G

erstmal dafuer das ich die letzten Monate so selten da bin.
Durch meinen neuen Job als Zirkusdirektor - auch genannt "Site Manager" haben ich nicht mehr so die Zeit wie vorher.


Aber jetzt mein Problem:
Wir haben einen Termin in Deutschland und moechten unseren kleinen JoJo mitnehmen. Was muss ich alles beachten?
Ich weis zur Zeit gar nicht wo ich anfangen soll zu suchen nach Informationen.

Bin fuer jeden Input Dankbar....


bis denn:winke
 

Ezri

Adminchen
Administrator
#2
Hallo Frogsta,

der Hund muss gechipt sein und gegen Tollwut geimpft (Impfung darf nicht jünger als 21 Tage sein) sein, andere Bestimmungen sind mir nicht bekannt :)

Nachtrag: Gibts in den USA Heimtierausweise (Impfbuch), wenn ja sollte der natürlich nicht fehlen oder halt eine entsprechende Bescheinigung vom Tierarzt
 

Ezri

Adminchen
Administrator
#3
Hab das hier noch gefunden, das sollte dir ebenfalls helfen :)

Step 1
Contact your nearest U.S. Embassy (or the embassy of destination country) if your pet is not a dog, cat or ferret. The following EU regulations apply only to the travel of these animals. For other types of pets, you must determine what (if any) protocol to follow. Authorized travel to Europe for exotic animals and birds is dealt with on a case-by-case basis, and the embassy will provide information on requirements for (or prohibition of) travel for these kinds of pets.

Step 2
Obtain official documentation (plus copies) regarding rabies vaccinations. Rabies, travelers will discover, is of the heaviest EU concern when it comes to foreign animal entry into Europe. Speak to your veterinarian about documentation that proves rabies vaccination and disproves the existence of rabies in your pet, specifying that this documentation must be certified for your travel to the EU.

Step 3
Make an appointment with your veterinarian for your pet to obtain a health certificate. This official certificate (vets are well familiar with it) is required for pets to enter the EU. Also required for air transport of pets within the United States, this document proves that the pet has had all its shots and is healthy enough to travel. For travel to Europe, however, an additional single-sheet form must be filled out and certified by your vet. (This form is available on the EU's official EUROPA website at ec.europa.eu; go to "Pets (Movement of)" to download the PDF file of the form.) The results of a serological test and the pet's vaccination details must be attached to the health certificate. Obtain this documentation within 10 days of travel.

Step 4
Check for additional documentation requirements if you are traveling with your pet to the United Kingdom, Ireland, Finland, Malta or Sweden. These countries require anti-tick and anti-tapeworm treatments (with documented proof that the treatments were administered) before entry. They also require documentation showing the efficacy of vaccines.

Step 5
Get a microchip if your pet doesn't already have one. Microchips provide electronic identification on the animal. These ID chips are increasingly common in the United States, and a number of EU countries require them for pets. According to the EU's EUROPA website, electronic identification or transponder is required on pets. They will also accept tattoo identification applied before July 3, 2011, if the number matches the number recorded in your passport. Inquire with the destination country's embassy regarding protocol for electronic identification for your pet, especially if you're headed to the United Kingdom, Malta or Ireland, as these countries have strict and specific requirements that can change.

Step 6
Contact your airline regarding animal transport requirements. Each airline has its own policies, but most do not deviate significantly from the basic standards of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Ask an airline representative in the reservations department about specific kennel requirements, documentation and restrictions for traveling with your pet as carry-on luggage, checked baggage or air cargo, and be specific about the breed of the animal, your flight information and your destination.
 

Blauregen

Well-Known Member
#4
Oh, der Thread passt grad gut. Meine Grosse erwaegt gerade, evtl wieder in Richtung Europa zu ziehen und wuerde gerne ihr Hundchen mitnehmen. Ich war so frei und habe ihr den Auszug weitergeleitet.
 
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