Since the 1st of October 2004, it is a lot easier for owners of dogs and cats to travel within the European Union, Norway and Switzerland.
The new laws state that -amongst other things- your pet needs a EU-passport and has to be vaccinated for rabies.
The laws for traveling with noncommercial owned dogs and cats are regulated within the European Union; for all countries the same laws apply since the 3rd of July 2004. The European Pet Passport has been obligatory since October 1st 2004.
For the transport of pets in the EU the following general rules apply:
For the transport of noncommercial kept pets between all EU member states the following conditions apply:
Extra conditions with regard to international transport:
Each member state of the EU may state additional conditions and rules with regard to echinococcus and ticks. It is most probably that countries like Sweden will demand that your pet has been treated for echinococcus and ticks.