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Bringing Children & Pets

Children require no additional measures to be taken that an adult would not have to take.

Cats, Dogs and Ferrets from countries in the EU, from rabies-free countries or countries with a low incidence of rabies will not be quarantined if the animal is thought to be in good health upon arrival. However, they must have presided in one of these countries for at least six months beforehand, furthermore, the pet must:

  • Have a 15 digit ISO 11784 or 11785 compliant microchip, if it has a different microchip you will require your own microchip scanner.
  • Have had a rabies vaccination no sooner than 21 days before entry and no more than the expiration date of the manufacturer of the vaccine.
  • Have had to have been vaccinated after the microchip was implanted, otherwise the pet will require another vaccination.
  • Have a bi-lingual Annex II for Austria completed by a USDA or CFIA (or other veterinary body) accredited veterinarian.
  • Have a Rabies Certificate endorsed by an accredited veterinarian.