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Dec 4, 2007 - 2 minute read - Comments - analysis blood cat rabid rabies spain sweden Uncategorized vaccine vet veterinarie

Bringing a cat to Sweden from a EU country

I want to move my cat from Spain to Sweden and it has been hard to found the required procedures but finally I sent an email to hundochkatt@sjv.se and they answered the day after. All the information is on the sjv website. The most important things is that you must wait 120 days between the rabies vaccine and the blood analysis so you have to arrange this at least 4 month before the flight.

Those are the mails I received from the friendly people working at sjv.se (Swedish Ministry of Agriculture)

when bringing a cat from Spain to Sweden, these are the requirements: - identification - EU-passport - rabiesvaccination with titertest - deworming - notifying the customs See more on our website: http://www.sjv.se/home/amnesomraden/animalhealthwelfare/importexportofliveanimals/dogsandcats/eucountries.4.3c40f0106de78b98880001370.html Med vänlig hälsning / Best regards Mia Ahlqvist Jordbruksverkets kundtjänst / Swedish Board of Agriculture, Customer Service tel: 0771-223 223 / phone: +46 771 223 223 e-mail: hundochkatt@sjv.se
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Hello again! Blood analysis: after a rabiesvaccination you have to wait at least 120 days before taking a bloodtest. When receiving a result of the bloodtest the analysis is valid as long as the vaccination is valid. Med vänlig hälsning / Best regards Mia Ahlqvist Jordbruksverkets kundtjänst / Swedish Board of Agriculture, Customer Service tel: 0771-223 223 / phone: +46 771 223 223 e-mail: hundochkatt@sjv.se

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