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Do I need passport/vaccination certificate/chip to enter the country with a pet?

Your pet should have a vaccination against rabies, otherwise the following procedure shall apply:

  • 10 days quarantine after entry:
  • within 72 hours after entry into the Czech Republic, clinical examination of the animal for rabies has to be taken;
  • further clinical examination between 5-10 days of quarantine has to be done; if free of rabies, the animal shall be vaccinated and issued a vaccination passport;
  • an animal information form has to be submitted via a private veterinarian to the locally competent regional veterinary administration within 3 working days to the address of its electronic filing office, which is available here mceclip0.png.

Official information is at svscr.cz mceclip0.png.

How can I get vaccination for my pet on the go?

There are many clinics that provide free medical care for pets arriving from Ukraine. You can check the full list of such clinics and vet doctors that are available in your city here mceclip0.png.
Alternatively you can contact animalclinic.cz mceclip0.png or zelenaveterinahorovice.cz mceclip0.png that offers free basic treatment for pets.

How can I get medication for my pet?

There are many clinics that provide free medical care for pets arriving from Ukraine. You can check the full list of such clinics and vet doctors that are available in your city here mceclip0.png.

How can I get food for my pet?
  • Vsf-cz.eu mceclip0.png offers to pay for the food and medication for the pets that arrive from Ukraine.
  • To get free food or any other support for your pet you can also call +420739447358."
How can I travel with my pet on a plane?

There are several airlines that allow flying with a pet onboard. It is up to each airplane to establish regulations and additional tariffs. Therefore we advise you to get in contact with the specific airline you plan on using.

What's required to keep the pet in a given country?

Currently, there are no restrictions. Once you cross the country with your pet and check with a vet regarding the vaccinations/documents, there are no more things to do.