Dogs, cats and ferrets under three months old
Dogs, cats and ferrets under three months old moved to Estonia             
 
By the Director General of the Veterinary and Food Board decree No. 64 of 28 January 2005 veterinary requirements were established for the movement of dogs, cats and ferrets which are under three months old and unvaccinated against rabies into the Republic of Estonia from countries listed in parts A, B and C of Annex II of the regulation (EC) No. 998/2003 of the European Parliament and of the Council:
 
1. Dogs, cats and ferrets under three month old and unvaccinated against rabies brought in Estonia from other member states or extra-community countries listed in parts A, B and C of Annex II of the regulation (EC) No. 998/2003 of the European Parliament and of the Council have to be clinically well.
 
2. Animals have to have stayed in the place in which they were born since birth without contact with wild animals likely to have been exposed to the infection or are accompanied by their mothers on whom they are still dependent.
 
3. Animals have to be identifiable by a clearly legible tattoo or an electronic identification system (microchip). The microchip has to correspond to the ISO standard 11784 or to Annex A of ISO standard 1785 A. Otherwise, the owner or the person being responsible for the pet on behalf of the owner has to have the necessary means for reading the microchip for checking purposes.
 
4. Dogs, cats and ferrets under three months old and unvaccinated against rabies brought to Estonia from other member states have to be accompanied by a passport established by the Commission of the European Communities decision (EC) 2003/803 of 26 November 2003.
 
5. Dogs, cats and ferrets under three months old and unvaccinated against rabies brought to Estonia from extra-community countries have to be accompanied by a certificate established by the Commission of the European Communities decision (EC) 2004/824 of 1 December 2004, or by a passport established by the Commission of the European Communities decision (EC) 2003/803 of 26 November 2003.

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