A veterinary certificate or EU passport of the adopted animal
Foster animals must be accompanied by a veterinary certificate issued by the official veterinarian of the country from which the animal is carried, and if Pets are exported to third countries mentioned in the table, imported back to Lithuania – EU passport the foster animal.
Import to the Republic of Lithuania dogs, cats and ferrets from third countries not mentioned in table
Identification of Dogs, cats and ferrets are considered to be identified if they have a clearly readable tattoo or if they labeled the integrated circuit. On July 3, 2011 legitimate means of identification will be considered only integrated circuits. If the integrated circuit does not meet the ISO standard 11784 or Annex A ISO standard 11785, the owner of the pet or the person responsible for the pet during the check must provide the adaptation required to capture the necessary information encoded in the integrated circuit.
Vaccination of Dogs, cats and ferrets must be vaktsinirovano against rabies according to the recommendations of the vaccine manufacturer. Dogs, cats and ferrets can be vaktsinirovano only inactivated vaccine in which not less than one antigenic unit in a single vaccine dose (standardisering Organisation for Animal Health).
Serological tests for rabies Before import or export of dogs, cats or ferrets, you need to conduct a blood test referred to allowed for titration of antibodies against rabies. Authorized veterinarian after at least 30 days after vaccination and 3 months prior to importation into the Republic of Lithuania, must take the blood sample of a pet. This sample must be in the by at the EU authorized laboratory. (Titration of neutralizing antibodies should be greater or equal to 0.5 IU/ml. Antibody titration need not be repeated for Pets that were redaktirovanie on the recommendations of the vaccine manufacturer.
A 3-month period does not apply to re-imported domestic animals (Pets originating from the Republic of Lithuania, bringing them back to the Republic of Lithuania), in the passport which has the Entry, designate that the titration was carried out before the pet animal left the territory of the EU, and that the results were positive.
A veterinary certificate or EU pet passport Pets must be accompanied by a veterinary certificate issued by the state veterinarian or, in cases of re-import of Pets (Pets originating from the Republic of Lithuania, bringing them back to the Republic of Lithuania) — the pet passport. The importation from third, not mentioned in table 1, countries unvaccinated dogs, cats and ferrets younger than 3 months may be allowed in cases, if in these countries a favourable epizootic situation on rabies.
The owner of the dog, cat or ferret for them or the person responsible for veterinary border post of the Republic of Latvia needs to provide for checking the pet passport or veterinary certificate attesting that the animals / Pets are in compliance with the requirements applicable at their import.