Import and Export
The Danish Veterinary and Food Administration, International Trade Division deals with: Control of trade, including the import and export of live animals, semen, eggs, embryos, foodstuffs and non-food products, Travel with pet animals, Border control, Export certificates, TRACES
Rules on commercial trade of pet animals. Eg. dogs, cat, ferret, birds, rodents, rabbits, amphibians and reptiles
The Danish Veterinary and Food Administration is responsible for ensuring that export of animals and animal products fulfill the conditions for import into the country of destination
The Danish Chief Veterinary Officer has the overall responsibility for animal health in relation to imports of animals and animal products. Read more about the rules on import of animal and animal products.
A veterinary certificate authorised by the EU must accompany all imported food of animal origin from third countries.
Are you travelling with your pet animal. Read the Danish Veterinaty Authorities' guidelines here before you start your journey.
Here you find information on what food you may bring to Denmark from other countries.
Private import must be for personal use.
Contact the Regional Control Authorities if any questions about import and export of animals