From EU-countries and Andorra, Switzerland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, San Marino, Vatican City State
Dogs need to be treated with a medicine containing praziquantel against Echinococcus multilocularis minimum 24 and maximum 120 hours before arrival. Alternatively it is accepted that dogs can be treated every 28th day throughout the year. Before entering Norway the animals on this regime must have been treated twice within 28 days, and the treatment must then continue regularly. Tapeworm treatment has to be documented in the passport by a veterinarian.
ID (microchip). For animals that were identified after 3 July 2011, the only valid identification is microchip. Animals that have been identified with tattoo prior to this date are accepted provided the tattoo is still readable. To insert a Micro Chip you need to contact the vet. Identity number must be entered in the passport. The microchip/transponder must be implanted before the animal is vaccinated against rabies.
Vaccination against rabies according to what the producer of the vaccine recommends. The first vaccine has to be given at least 21 days ahead of arrival. The animal has to be identified before changes are made to the passport.
EU-passport, or national passport in accordance with regulations 998/2003 or 577/2013, for Andorra, Switzerland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, San Marino, Vatican City State
When arriving in Norway, the animal and the owner must contact the Customs at the border.