Pet food after Brexit

TobyLeeds replied on 22/01/2021 13:51

Posted on 22/01/2021 13:51

I have always taken sufficient tinned dog food and meal with us for the months holiday to France or Spain. After Brexit am I allowed to take tinned dog food? And/or meal?

Wherenext replied on 22/01/2021 19:56

Posted on 22/01/2021 19:35 by moulesy

Blimey! Where on earth do you store enough tinned dog food for a whole month?  wink 🐕 🐕

Posted on 22/01/2021 19:56

In tins? 😂😂

LLM replied on 22/01/2021 20:09

Posted on 22/01/2021 13:51 by TobyLeeds

I have always taken sufficient tinned dog food and meal with us for the months holiday to France or Spain. After Brexit am I allowed to take tinned dog food? And/or meal?

Posted on 22/01/2021 20:09

All the information is on our Government and EU websites as is the information about the tax and import duty for caravans.  

Metheven replied on 22/01/2021 22:37

Posted on 22/01/2021 19:35 by moulesy

Blimey! Where on earth do you store enough tinned dog food for a whole month?  wink 🐕 🐕

Posted on 22/01/2021 22:37

When we go for 10 weeks, we take 24 tins and 15kg of biscuits along with 200 flat munchy treats, all in the car of course innocent  Along with the rest of junk on the back seat it takes a couple of weeks for the seats to recover their shape when we return home.laughing

She's not happy with a change of diet so a big rethink will be required, but can't see anything happening until next year now and her welfare will be top of the decision tree.

ABM replied on 22/01/2021 23:17

Posted on 22/01/2021 23:17

Cannot the pup survive on fresh gendarme legs ??

Seriously, do the animal food suppliers in U.K. not have outlets in the E.U.

LLM replied on 23/01/2021 07:13

Posted on 22/01/2021 23:17 by ABM

Cannot the pup survive on fresh gendarme legs ??

Seriously, do the animal food suppliers in U.K. not have outlets in the E.U.

Posted on 23/01/2021 07:13

Much of what is sold in the UK is manufactured and sold in the EU albeit, under different names.  The pooch just needs foreign language lessons laughing.

eurortraveller replied on 23/01/2021 10:37

Posted on 23/01/2021 10:37

We gave our children varied foods from a very young age - never let them get fixated on certain lthings- and adopted the principle of eat it or do without.  Are dogs brought up differently? 

AnotherDavid replied on 23/01/2021 10:52

Posted on 23/01/2021 10:37 by eurortraveller

We gave our children varied foods from a very young age - never let them get fixated on certain lthings- and adopted the principle of eat it or do without.  Are dogs brought up differently? 

Posted on 23/01/2021 10:52

Our dog was very conservative and would only eat chappie  but I think if we had let him starve a bit  he would have been less aowink