The dog or the cat need an
EU-passport which can be asked at the veterinarian. He will fill out
the passport and tell you if you have to go to another place too.
The animal needs to have a microchip - it
doesn't hurt and goes under the skin with a syringe.
The anti-rabies has to be done and the blood
send to a special institute to be verified. For results you have to
wait also a few weeks.
After getting the results you have to wait
another 6 month before going to Ireland..
hours before entering the country the animal has to be treated
against flee and tick. It must be shown in the passport and done by
More information get
The costs are about
per animal. All vet do have a list where to send the blood