Animal Health Certificates

Thanks for choosing Blenheim Veterinary Centre to provide you with the travel documents required for your pets.  In order for us to complete the Animal Health Certificate (AHC) correctly, we need the following information from you.

Please complete and submit this form at least 48 hours before you require an appointment.  We are unable to book a consultation until we’ve received a completed form.  On the day of your appointment please bring:

  • Proof of identification of your pet
  • Proof of your pet’s rabies vaccination

If you have a Pet Passport for your pet that was issued before 31/12/2020 this will suffice. If you do not have a Pet Passport for your pet then please bring your vaccination card that shows the current rabies vaccination, and a document confirming your pet has been microchipped. If you have any problems obtaining these documents please contact:

Pet Travel Scheme helpline:

Telephone: 0370 241 1710 (Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 5.00pm (closed on bank holidays).  These details could change, so if you cannot get through, please contact the surgery for up to date details.

Be aware that this consultation with your pet can take up to 45 minutes to complete and the person travelling with the pet MUST attend the consultation.

The AHC needs to be completed within 10 days of travel and a Rabies vaccination (if required) needs to be administered at least 21 days before an AHC can be issued.  Please also confirm the point of entry into the EU and all countries that you may be travelling through so that we have full information to enable us to complete the form correctly.

If the date of travel changes you must inform the Practice immediately so that we can re-arrange the consultation.

Please complete the following in full.

Owner's Contact Details


Pet details

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Travel Details

Tapeworm treatment is required when travelling from Great Britain to EU listed tapeworm free countries including Northern Ireland, Malta, Ireland, and Finland. These dogs must be treated for tapeworm not more than 120 hours and not less than 24 hours before time of entry into one of these countries. Please select from one of the following options (not applicable to cats or ferrets).


I am travelling with my dog to:

Before returning to Great Britain dogs must be treated for tapeworm not less than 24 hours, not more than 120 hours before time of entry except for return from Northern Ireland, Finland, Ireland, or Malta. You must take your AHC with you for this treatment to a vet in the EU country you are in. If you are leaving Great Britain on a short trip returning within 120 hours you need to have this treatment done before leaving.

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