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With the pet to Malta

With the pet to Malta

For animals there are strict conditions for entry. The following information should give you an overview of the conditions. However you should consult a veterinary to get detailed information. We believe that the information below is exact, but we can’t give you a guarantee for it.

CATS & DOGS


To enter Malta without any problems the following conditions must be satisfied:

1. You need an EU Passport

2. A Microchip should be implanted. (Note: EU-Passport and microchip stand in direct connection to each other, numbers are identical)

3. The dog needs to have all the necessary vaccinations:

3. a) rabies vaccination

3. b) Ticks treatment und treatment against Echinococcus (Note: both treatments need to be done 48 hours before you enter Malta)

3. c) Vaccination against S, H, P, Pi, L ;(Note: S - distemper; H - hepatitis; P - parvovirus; Pi - cough; L - leptospirose)

4. Very IMPORTANT: You need to have a Titer test (Rabies-antibody-check for dogs and cats); needs to be done 6 months before you enter Malta

Consequence if you don’t satisfy the conditions: The dog will need to go to the quarantine in Luqa.

Contact: Malta Veterinary Services, Albertown, Marsa, Tel: (+356) 21 22 53 63, Fax: (+356) 21 23 81 05

Costs for the quarantine: The quarantine is not for free. The price depends on the size of the pet. A middle-sized dog costs around €5 a day. Plus the extra costs for the vet and tax. That’s not very cheap considering the duration of the quarantine!


Rabits


There are no conditions for rabbits to enter Malta. But you still should contact a vet to make sure.


Disclaimer: All information on this page is for informational purposes only. We suggest that you consult a qualified veterinary for more detailed information and a full list of laws and conditions.

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