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How to spot avian influenza (bird flu), what to do if you suspect it, and measures to prevent it.
Advice for pet owners and livestock keepers on looking after the welfare of animals during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. This advice applies to England only.
Use IPAFFS to notify about imports of live animals, animal products and high risk food and feed not of animal origin into Great Britain.
The checks you need to make, the documents you need and how to notify the authorities for live animals, including equines, animal products and high risk food or feed not of animal origin (HRFNAO).
How to get an export health certificate to export or move live animals and animal products from Great Britain to the EU, NI or non-EU countries.
Official vets and inspectors in England, Scotland and Wales: register or sign in to EHC online to certify export health certificates.
Advice and guidance on protecting animal welfare on farms, in transport, at markets and at slaughter.
Exporters in England, Scotland and Wales: register or sign in to EHC online to apply for an export health certificate.
How to get a county parish holding (CPH) number, add land to your CPH or register your temporary use of land to keep livestock.
Check the transport companies and routes you can use to bring your pet cat, dog or ferret to England, Scotland or Wales.
How to import plants, fruit, vegetables, cut flowers, trees and agricultural machinery from non-EU third countries to GB and NI.
Check if you need a licence or phytosanitary certificate to export plants and plant products.
What you need to do to export or move food, drink and agricultural products.
Find out how to export live fish, molluscs and crustaceans for farming, ornamental, or any other purpose except direct human consumption
Check if your import, export or re-export needs a permit under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES).
How growers and traders can get authorised to issue plant passports, when you need to be authorised and the plants that need passports.
Licences you need to import genetic material, research and diagnostic samples, trade samples and display items, and some live animals and animal products.
How to apply to import, export or re-export endangered animal and plant species on the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) list.
Find an approved UK Border Control Post (BCP) to check the animals, animal products or high-risk food and feed of non-animal origin in your consignment.
How to safely and legally dispose of dead farm animals and horses.
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