THE PLANNED checks on pets travelling between Britain and the North have been delayed until at least the autumn, with hope remaining they may not be needed at all.
Before a deal had been reached regarding the post-Brexit border arrangements, which saw the creation of the controversial Northern Ireland protocol, it had been feared Fermanagh pet owners would not be able to bring their furry friends over to the South without meeting a list of requirements.
These included having pet vaccinations and a number of other health treatments for animals being taken into the EU from a third country.
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