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1. Please note that applications for EU Pet Passports are processed in order of receipt. However if you need the Pet Passport urgently you must indicate the date of travel on the application form and every effort will be made to accommodate you. In any event you must give at least 10 working days notice.
2. Please note that all pet passports are issued by registered post directly to your vet.
APPLICATION FORM FOR AN EU PET PASSPORT
(PETS PREPARED IN IRELAND ONLY)
(You should bring this application form to your vet for completion)
ALL INFORMATION MUST BE LEGIBLE AND COMPLETED IN BLOCK CAPITALS.
SECTION 1: OWNER DETAILS
**Intended Date of Travel Abroad:**_______________________________ (Enter “None” if not travelling)
SECTION 2: DESCRIPTION OF PET Please circle as appropriate
Name: ________________________________________________ Species: Dog / Cat / Ferret
Breed: ________________________________________________ Sex: Male / Female
Date of Birth: _____/____/______ Photograph attached: Yes / No
Coat colour and type:_____________________________________
If included, please enclose a clear photograph featuring the pet only.
Write the microchip number or name of pet on the back and attach
using a paperclip. Do not staple or glue the photograph to this
SECTION 3: IDENTIFICATION OF ANIMAL
Date of microchipping: __________________________________________________________________
Location of microchip: (e.g. neck, shoulder, etc.)_______________________________________________
SECTION 4: VETERINARY PRACTITIONER DETAILS
Veterinary Practitioner name:_____________________________________________________________
Name of Practice:_______________________________________________________________________
Address of practice:_____________________________________________________________________
SECTION 5: DECLARATION BY VETERINARY PRACTITIONE
I hereby declare that the particulars stated on this form are true and correct to the best of my knowledge.
Completed application forms should be sent to: The Department of Agriculture and Food, Special Projects Unit, Floor 4 Centre, Agriculture House, Kildare Street, Dublin 2.
All pet passports are issued by registered post directly to your Veterinary Practitioner.