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deworming
« on: May 14, 2018, 11:03:24 AM »
is there any kind of official document/certification needed for the deworming?  i know it has to be done within 5 days of travel, but i've already planned to have the health certificate filled out/certified at 8 days before we leave, so i'm not sure where/how to include the deworming.


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Re: deworming
« Reply #1 on: May 14, 2018, 11:58:42 AM »
is there any kind of official document/certification needed for the deworming?  i know it has to be done within 5 days of travel, but i've already planned to have the health certificate filled out/certified at 8 days before we leave, so i'm not sure where/how to include the deworming.

I moved cats.  But call the USDA, they will know.  :)

https://offices.sc.egov.usda.gov/locator/app
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Re: deworming
« Reply #2 on: May 14, 2018, 05:23:54 PM »
Ask the vet doing the certificate. They should be familiar with the process, you could possibly also ask the Aphis office. I think the vets are allowed to amend the certificate but I don't know if it needs approval after that.


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Re: deworming
« Reply #3 on: May 22, 2018, 06:27:30 PM »
is there any kind of official document/certification needed for the deworming?  i know it has to be done within 5 days of travel, but i've already planned to have the health certificate filled out/certified at 8 days before we leave, so i'm not sure where/how to include the deworming.

Hey Meg! My vet informed me that it was 5 days prior to arrival in the UK, not the time that I departed the US. I only say this in case you were planning on doing it early and getting it out of the way. Are you going through Heathrow at all? If you are, you can send your paperwork to HARC (I believe, I came through with a service animal) for a pre-check to make sure that everything is ok. You need to have a specific type of deworming medication, not a brand, but active ingredient being PRAZIQUANTEL.
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Re: deworming
« Reply #4 on: May 30, 2018, 06:20:17 PM »
i figured it out after some online research.  my vet (which was a vet in a pretty frequented high profile shop) knew nothing of the process of a EU health certificate. Luckily I had done enough research to talk her through it, and she charged me less as a result.

When we landed in paris, nobody checked anything. Not my passport, not his papers, nothing.  At the chunnel, my cab driver that specializes in pet moves took us to this separate pet passport check, and everything was fine :)  had a longer time getting my visa checked at the border :P


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