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THE Council of the European Union has adopted a regulation to facilitate the non-commercial movement of pet animals in the EU. It says the new regulation builds on the success of the pet passports legislation introduced in 2003 and will mean that dogs, cats and ferrets accompanying their owners will have more opportunities to travel across EU borders and into the EU.
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