Discussion in 'Continental Touring' started by Scotties, Jan 18, 2009.
Hey guys, can you take a dog (canine version) to Morroco,
Thanks in advance
no need, plenty of goat meat, and camel steaks. hee hee
Yes you can take it......but you can't bring it back!!!!
Morocco is not covered by the pets passport scheme so the answer is yes if you are prepared to put your dog into quarantine on return... yet I've seen dogs being taken in and out on motorhomes..
When we came back customs officers asked specifically if we had any pets.. then searched the RV to check, and I mean search,, not just a quick look , so maybe someone who has circumvented the quarantine rules can explain.. or maybe they won't say
Not a lot of dogs here but some. Always in continent registered motorhomes though - haven't seen any in GB plated rigs.
I was pulled in at Dover for routine check and they put their head in the door and met the dogs looking at them and just said OK
i believe you can get a pets passport and take them anywhere.but they need to be up to date with all innoculations as passport has to be sighned by your vet
either that or tie it to roof they dont look there :thumb:
Full details of Pets Passport
Defra, UK - Animal health and welfare - Pet Travel Scheme - Dogs, cats and ferrets
Morocco is not on the list of
Qualifying non-European Union countries and territories
Defra, UK - Animal health and welfare - Pet Travel Scheme - Long Haul Countries eligible for pets
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