As a direct consequence, it would mean pet passports for cats, dogs and ferrets, issued in the UK would become invalid for travel to the EU.
This marks a stark contrast to the current situation, where UK pet owners can currently take their animal to and from the EU so long as they have a pet passport and are microchipped.
A new study released by hotels.com has revealed three quarters of pet owners are unaware their much-loved animal could lose their pet passport in the cade of no deal Brexit.
What’s more, out of the 2,000 people surveyed, half of those whose animal has a passport will holiday in the UK more regularly if their cat or dog is unable to travel overseas.
Further statistics showed four in ten plan their entire holiday around their animal.