Quick and easy pet passport ahead of your trip
Our vets come to you and issue your pet's passport, stress free .
Why owners love us for Pet Passports
Up to 3x longer consultations
Less stress and happier pets
Discounts for multiple pets
Going on holiday? Your pet can pack too with their pet passport!
The Pets Travel Scheme (PETS) means that with a Pet Passport your pet can re-enter the UK from the EU without having to be quarantined, making the possibility of holidaying abroad with your pets much easier. Your local PawSquad vet will be more than happy to walk you through the process of getting a passport for your pet.
Our vets come to you and issue your pet's passport
The main purpose is to keep the UK free from Rabies and other foreign diseases that are transmitted by biting insects and ticks. Pets are susceptible to these exotic diseases which in most cases are not easily treated and can often prove fatal. Book an appointment with your local PawSquad vet to apply in good time to have your pet’s passport issued.
What do I need to travel abroad with my pet?
- A pet passport to re-enter the UK from an EU or listed non-EU country
- A pet microchip
- At least 15 weeks old at time of travelling
- Is vaccinated against rabies
- Has been treated for tapeworm (for dogs only)
Don’t worry if this all seems confusing - your local PawSquad vet will be able to arrange your Pet Passport, and give all the required vaccinations in the comfort of your own home.
Here's how PawSquad Works
Find your PawSquad vet
Schedule a home visit at time that suits you. Book on our website, app or over the phone.
Your vet comes to you
Skip the stressful trip to the vet. Home visits for Pet Passports can last up to 3 times longer, with more time for care and questions.
Heal peacefully at home
Connect with your vet for any follow-up questions through messages, calls or video.
Average rating of 4.95
“Despite a little hickup trying to book PawSquad on the website it was sorted out and I was booked in for my cats rabies booster for her pet passport. Having never used PawSquad before I was impressed. Sinead was kind, charming and very compassionate and everything went smoothly apart from my cat insisting she was not going to make it easy! How l...”
Allen - London
“"Hello there, last time I spoke with Charlotte, who was most helpful and kind. She she introduced me to the lovely Peter Hiscox. Sadly my beautiful cat Missie was very poorly, and she needed urgent help which came in the form of Peter. He visited me last Thursday evening and helped Missie on her way. it was so sad but completely stress and pain ...”
Elaine - London
“Martha has been fantastic, great manner and approach with our pet cat and provided an invaluabe option for assessment and tretment at home which has been great at normalising the whole procces for our cat and famy away from a clinical setting which we were all struggling with. Can thoroughly reccommend service and especially Martha who has handl...”
Alex Morrison - Edinburgh
“Had a really positive experience with PawSquad. The vet (one of several I gather) was Pietro Faustini. He came to look at my 19 year old cat who hates going to the vet. The call out charge was slightly more than my local vet's consult fee but costs of blood tests was cheaper so came to about the same. And the benefit was that my cat was far less...”
Jen Miles - London
“The care received from PawSquad is 100% better than using a surgery of changing vets.”
Diane Cameron - London
Happy pet patients
Stories from our pawsome vets
"Stunning Versace is getting prepped for a move to Florida next month."
Dr Sinead Clancy
"Gorgeous Sylvia wasn’t very impressed with her rabies vaccination for her pet passport."
Dr Ana Ferrer
"Bob and Bea are being prepped for their move to Spain and were stars for their rabies vaccination."
Dr Sinead Clancy
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