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Germany - Taking Your Pets
To qualify for the scheme, the pet must:
1. Be fitted with a microchip.
2. Be vaccinated against rabies.
3. Be blood tested to check the effectiveness of the Rabies vaccination.
4. Be issued with an Official Pet Passport (or a Pet Travel Scheme Certificate).
5. If returning to the UK, the pet must be treated first for ticks and tapeworm.
In Germany, a pet's owner is legally responsible for any injury or damage that the pet may cause, and it is advisable to obtain personal liability insurance to cover this.
Dogs are prohibited from entering grocery stores and other food shops. Dogs and cats are allowed on public transport, on payment of a small fee.
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