Below are the available bulk discount rates for each individual item when you purchase a certain amount
If you are entering Germany with your dog, cat or ferret from a Rabies Free Country or Third Country, you will need to have your pet microchipped with a 15 digit ISO compliant pet microchip, then vaccinated for rabies (in that order) at least 21 days prior to entry*. If your pet's microchip is not ISO compliant, then you will need to carry a microchip scanner.
A licensed veterinarian must complete the official EU Annex IV veterinary certificate. If you are transporting your dog or cat from the United States or Canada, the certificate must be sent to the USDA or CFIA for endorsement. If you are entering Germany from a different country, the instructions will advise you of the proper procedure.
Your pet passport package includes:
If you are entering Germany from a Country with a High Incidence of Rabies, quarantine can be avoided by having a Blood Titer Test done after vaccination and 3 months prior to travel. You will need to select the option above for additional forms and instructions.
Your Germany pet passport is verified at the time of order.
If you have more than one pet traveling to Germany, additional forms can be self printed from the Email Attachment option. If ordering additional forms for Germany with First Class Mail Delivery Option, forms will receive a 15% discount.
It is our objective to prepare the traveling pet owner for all entry requirements that may arise as a result of traveling by air, sea or land. Enforcement may not be consistent in every country or on every airline and having proper documentation will better insure that no problems will arise during your travels.
There are no refunds on pet passport forms unless there is a problem with the information or forms provided.
*After microchip implantation, re-vaccination and waiting period has passed, you can enter Germany whenever you like as long as booster vaccinations are given on time and you continue to meet the other entry requirements.
More information about transporting your pet to Germany.
Posted by Martha Ciupa on 15th May 2013
Not happy with the new forms at all. Neither is my vet. Took a full twenty minutes at least to fill them out. Lots of wasted space that we don't need. Previous forms were very specific and easy to read and understand. New ones leave very little room, especially for the 15 digit microchip. New forms are bordering in ridiculous. But muchthanks to Jerry for sending me an example copy or we would still be trying to fill them out.
Only the forms were the problem. Your service is excellent.
Posted by Unknown on 20th Jul 2011
First of all, this kit is kind of a waste of money as all this information and forms are available online. However, for convenience, this could be worthwhile -- if it was accurate/up-to-date. According to the USDA, the APHIS Form 7001 is only required by countries who don't provide their own form. Germany has the EU Form 998, so a APHIS Form 7001 is not needed according to the USDA.
Pet Travel Store Response:
Kudos to the reviewer for catching the error regarding the USDA Forms. We will correct the webpages that state that the 7001 form is listed on that is not necessary for the particular country.
The EU form is included with this package as well as all other EU countries. The 7001 form was for a period used by vets alongside the EU998 form but has since become superfluous for EU nations and other countries that have created their own entry forms.
In response to the information being available elsewhere. It is. However, it's a question of the validity of the information that is provided. The amount paid for the forms is not necessarily for the paperwork itself but for the time and effort that is required to make sure that you will have all the accurate instructions and forms necessary to enter a foreign land. We also provide phone and email support for any questions or concerns that a customer or vet may have.