Guidance

Protecting the welfare of pet dogs and cats during journeys: Advice for owners

This publication was withdrawn on 18 November 2015

This information is out of date and has been withdrawn. Read the current guidance on pet travel: entering and returning to the UK and caring for pets.

This guide is to help you care for and protect your pets during journeys to and from Great Britain.

Documents

Protecting the welfare of pet dogs and cats during journeys - Advice for owners

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Welsh version

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Detail

Whenever animals are transported, including journeys with pets, the law says that: ‘No person shall transport any animal in a way which causes or is likely to cause injury or unnecessary suffering to that animal.’