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Sea carriers: MOU to transport assistance dogs with their owners

Fill in these forms to agree with APHA how you check assistance dogs meet travel rules before they enter England, Scotland or Wales.

Documents

MOU between sea carriers and APHA for the transport of assistance dogs

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Addendum to MOU between sea carriers and APHA for the transport of assistance dogs

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Details

Before you fill in these forms read the guidance on transporting assistance dogs by sea to check if you must carry assistance dogs with their owners.

If you want to agree an MOU for a new route, fill in both forms and send them to the Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA).

If you want to change an existing MOU, fill in the addendum to the MOU (PT41) and send it to APHA.

APHA will confirm the MOU in writing and add your route to the list of carriers registered to transport assistance dogs.

Published 1 July 2013
Last updated 29 August 2018 + show all updates
  1. MOU between sea carriers and APHA for the transport of assistance dogs updated
  2. Form updated due to data protection statement change
  3. Updated PT42 document
  4. Removed Welsh language versions of forms.
  5. Documents rebranded APHA
  6. AHVLA documents have been re-assigned to the new Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA).
  7. First published.