veterinaire saint tropez clinique des plages
veterinaire saint tropez clinique des plages
Clinique Vétérinaire des Plages de Saint-Tropez
Clinique Vétérinaire des Plages de Saint-Tropez

Taking your pet from France to England

When travelling to or returning to the UK from France with your pet dog, cat or ferret, your pet needs:

  • A microchip
  • A rabies vaccination (make sure your pet is microchipped first or the vaccination won’t count)
  • A pet passport 
  • Tapeworm treatment (for dogs only)


There are no restrictions on bringing pet rodents, rabbits, birds, ornamental fish, invertebrates, amphibians and reptiles to the UK from France


You must also use an authorised carrier and an approved route

Staff from the travel company will scan your pet’s microchip and check your documents.

If you don’t have the correct documents or your pet hasn’t been properly prepared it will be put into quarantine or sent back to the country it travelled from. You must pay the costs for this.


The team of Clinique vétérinaire des plages de saint-tropez is used to provide your pets with all services to make its travel easy and confortable.


Your pet must be microchipped before it’s vaccinated against rabies.

The number of the microchip must be recorded on the pet passport.



Rabies vaccination

You must get your dog, cat or ferret vaccinated against rabies before it can travel to another EU country or back into the UK.


You must wait 21 days after the vaccination before your pet can travel to or return to the UK from France. After the first vaccination and waiting period, you can enter the UK whenever you like as long as booster vaccinations are given on time.


Pet passport and other documents

Your dog, cat or ferret must have a pet passport or third country official veterinary certificate to enter (or re-enter) the UK.


Traveling with more than 5 pets:

You must get a health certificate for each group of more than 5 pets you want to travel with. You get this from the country you’re coming from.

You must do this at least 10 days before you want to travel.

You need this certificate in addition to the other rules for pet travel for the countries you’re travelling to and from.



Tapeworm treatment (dogs only)

Your dog has to be treated for tapeworm with a product containing praziquantel and the treatment recorded in the pet passport every time you want to enter the UK.

The treatment must be given between 1 and 5 days (24 to 120 hours) before you’re scheduled to arrive in the UK.

Record must include the following details in your dog’s pet passport or certificate:

  • the name and manufacturer of the product used to treat your dog
  • the date and time they treated your dog
  • their stamp and signature


English spoken


Clinique Vétérinaire des Plages

138, route des plages

83990 Saint Tropez


Accès / How to go to


coordonnées GPS: 43°15'16"N / 6°38'18"E



04 94 97 72 42  

0033 494 977 242



Heures de consultation

Du lundi au vendredi:

- Sur rendez-vous le matin de 8h30 à 12h00

- Sans rendez-vous l'après-midi de 15h00 à 19h00

Le Samedi:

- Sans rendez-vous de 9h00 à 12h00 et de 15h00 à 17h00


From monday to Friday:

On appointment from 8:30AM to 12:00AM

- without appointment from 3:00PM to 07:00PM

On Saturday:

- Without appointment from 9:00 to 12:00AM and from 3:00PM to 05:00PM

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