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  • Dog with valid EU (UK) pet passport travelling from Turkey into Greece

    Please, has anyone taken a dog or cat WITH A VALID EU PET PASSPORT (ie an animal previously brought in from an EU country to Turkey) on the ferry from either Fethiye or Marmaris to Rhodes?
    Other than the EU passport, did you need any papers, such as a third country certificate please?

    Or if nobody has done this, has anyone taken such a dog (WITH A VALID EU passport please) by ferry onto any of the other Greek Islands, or by vehicle into mainland Greece?

    Again, other than the EU passport, did you need any papers, such as a third country certificate?
    Thank you for any help

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    Re: Dog with valid EU (UK) pet passport travelling from Turkey into Greece

    Athene - in order to enter Greece from Turkey, your dog will need a rabies titer test. The test must be done no sooner than 30 days after the primary vaccination (the first one after the microchip is implanted) and more than 3 calendar months before entering Greece. The blood sample must be processed in an EU-approved lab. You can get more information here: https://www.pettravel.com/immigration/Greece.cfm.
    Susan

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      Re: Dog with valid EU (UK) pet passport travelling from Turkey into Greece

      Thank you for replying. The dog was brought from the UK, and is in possession of a full valid EU passport, so already has a microchip, has had the rabies titre and has up-to-date rabies jabs marked in the EU passport by a UK vet.
      What I'd like to know is if anyone with such an animal brought into Turkey from an EU country and with an EU passport has travelled on the ferry from Marmaris or Fethiye to Rhodes. And did they encounter any problems, or need for any other papers?
      Failing that, has anyone travelled from Turkey to mainland Greece with such an animal (NOT a Turkish street animal with a Third country certificate) and did they need any other papers than the valid EU pet passport? Thanks for any help anyone can offer.

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