- You or your representative must sign a Declaration of Non-Commercial Transport stating that your pet's transport does not involve the sale or transfer of ownership of your pet. - A licensed veterinarian in the originating country must complete the commercial EU health certificate for Denmark within 48 hours of travel.If your pet is traveling from the United States or Canada, the veterinarian must be accredited by the USDA or CFIA respectively and the commercial EU health certificate must be endorsed by the local USDA (United States) or CFIA (Canada) office unless the certificate is completed by a military Veterinary Corps Officer or GS-0701 series civilian government veterinarian employed by the military.Due to the earthquake at Kyushu Island, Japan, causing destruction and difficulty for THAI passengers traveling to and from Fukuoka, THAI is waiving fees for ticket changes during this period.
After waiting 30 days, a Blood Titer Test must be administered by a licensed veterinarian.(Have your veterinarian scan your pet's microchip prior to the titer test.) Samples must be processed at approved laboratories.Your pet can enter Denmark through all border crossings.If you are traveling to Denmark with more than 5 pets that are 6 months or older, unless you are going to a show or competition, your pets must meet the requirements as listed above (commercial EU health certificate instead of non-commercial EU health certificate), and have endorsement from the government agency in your country that regulates the import and export of animals. If you are entering Denmark from a non-EU rabies-controlled or rabies-free country, you will need to enter through an approved Border Inspection Post and give 24 hours notice of arrival.If your pet is traveling from the United States or Canada, the veterinarian must be accredited by the USDA or CFIA respectively and the non-commercial EU health certificate must be endorsed by the local USDA (United States) or CFIA (Canada) office unless the certificate is completed by a military Veterinary Corps Officer or GS-0701 series civilian government veterinarian employed by the military.
If traveling to Denmark from another country, then the forms must be endorsed by the government agency responsible for the import and export of animals.
- Your pet must enter through an approved Border Inspection Post (BIP) at an international airport in Billund or Copenhagen. - All dogs, cats and ferrets may enter Denmark commercially from a rabies-free or rabies-controlled countries.
Dogs, cats and ferrets may only enter Denmark commercially from these high-rabies countries and must have a titer test according to step #3 above. - If your pet is traveling to Denmark unaccompanied from another EU country, it must travel from a licensed premises which is registered with the Regional Veterinary and Food Administration.
Denmark does honor the 3 year rabies vaccination for dogs, cats and ferrets entering the country from outside of the EU.
When entering Denmark from another EU Member State, annual rabies vaccinations maybe required.
Puppies and kittens may not be vaccinated for rabies before turning 12 weeks of age.