General pet travel requirements in Europe

Pets traveling to Europe must meet the following conditions:

  • At least 4-5 months to start the pet travel process:
  • Includes Hong Kong and European fees:
  • Pet Health Check
  • Pet chip (Microchip)
  • Vaccination and Record
  • Dog tag (for dogs only)
  • Blood Test
  • Import document (Import permit)
  • Pet Health Certificate
  • Other Treatments
  • Vet and Clinic Fee
  • Endorsement
  • Outbound: passenger and pet reservations, airport drop-off and check-in assistance
  • Return: pet freight booking fee, freight customs clearance service, freight fee (Cargo fee and clearance)
  • IATA Pet Cage
  • Pet travel shipping price starts from 34,800 for the first pet, and 21,400 for each additional pet, (50 x 33 x 35cm cage)
  • Pet travel freight price starts from 56,380 for the first pet, and 32,380 for each additional pet, (50 x 33 x 35cm cage)
  • *The following items are not included in our quotation
  • Clinic consultation services/door-to-door veterinary fees in Hong Kong and Europe
  • European Airport Transfers
  • Passenger’s air tickets and extra baggage fees for pets
  • Domestic Flights/Transfer Fees/Transportation and Handling

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Traveling to Europe with a pet is a unique and fun experience. Many European countries are very pet-friendly and allow pets in most public places. However, before taking pets abroad, owners need to prepare pet passports, vaccination certificates and other relevant documents in advance, and understand the pet entry policy of the destination country. At the same time, owners also need to prepare their pets’ food, water, toys and other necessities to ensure their pets’ comfort and health during the journey.
Traveling Europe with a dog is a great option. Many European cities have parks and beaches specially designed for dogs, such as the dog beach in Barcelona and the dog park in Amsterdam. In these places, dogs can run, play and enjoy their trip to Europe. However, owners need to keep an eye on their dogs at all times to prevent them from disturbing other people or getting into trouble.
Although it is relatively rare to travel to Europe with a cat, it is still a good choice. Unlike dogs, cats usually prefer a quiet and comfortable environment. Owners can choose to stay in pet-friendly hotels to provide cats with a warm “home”. During the trip, the owner should ensure the cat’s diet and daily life to prevent the cat from being frightened or uncomfortable. When taking the cat for a walk, the owner needs to wear a special harness for the cat to prevent the cat from getting lost.
When traveling to Europe with dogs, owners need to abide by local dog management regulations. When traveling to Europe with your dog, in most European countries, dogs must be kept on leashes in public places, and owners must clean up their dogs’ excrement at all times. In restaurants, shops and other places, owners should ask in advance whether dogs are allowed to enter. When taking public transportation with your dog, you may need to purchase a special ticket for your dog. Knowing and following these rules in advance can help ensure that traveling with your dog goes smoothly.
When traveling to Europe with a cat, you also need to understand the pet entry policies and management regulations of the destination country in advance. When traveling to Europe with cats, compared with dogs, cats usually do not need a leash, but owners must ensure that the cat does not get lost or cause inconvenience to others. During the trip, the owner should pay close attention to the cat’s status, and if necessary, the cat can wear a GPS tracker just in case. At the same time, owners should bring the cat’s food, water, medicine and other necessities in case of emergency.
When traveling to Europe with your dog, owners can choose to travel by car or take a pet-friendly flight. When traveling to Europe with your dog, self-driving tours allow you to flexibly arrange your itinerary and rest time according to your dog’s needs. When taking a flight, owners need to contact the airline in advance to understand the relevant regulations and procedures for carrying pets. During travel, owners should ensure the safety and comfort of their dogs and prevent them from being frightened or uncomfortable. At the same time, owners should also pay attention to their own behavior, lead by example, and be a civilized and responsible pet owner.
To take your dog to Europe, the owner should choose suitable travel destinations and activities. For example, you can take your dog to play in the water at the beach, have a picnic in the park, attend pet-friendly festivals, etc. When taking a dog to play in Europe, the owner should pay attention to the dog’s condition at all times and give the dog enough water and rest time. If the dog becomes unwell, the owner should seek medical treatment promptly to ensure the health and safety of the dog. At the same time, hosts must also pay attention to their words and deeds, respect others, and maintain public order.
When traveling to Europe with cats, owners should choose appropriate means of transportation and accommodation. When flying, owners can choose to carry their cats with them or check them in. When traveling to Europe with cats and checking into a hotel, the owner should contact the hotel in advance to confirm whether pets are allowed. During the trip, the owner should ensure that the cat has adequate food, water and toys. If a cat becomes unwell, the owner should seek medical advice promptly to ensure the cat’s health and safety.
To take a cat to Europe, the owner should choose the appropriate travel program based on the cat’s personality and preferences. For example, you can take your cat to visit historical sites, explore neighborhoods, enjoy natural scenery, etc. When taking a cat to play in Europe, the owner should wear a special harness for the cat during outdoor activities to prevent the cat from getting lost or frightened. At the same time, hosts should also pay attention to their own behavior, respect local cultural customs, laws and regulations, and be a civilized and friendly tourist.

Including countries: Austria, Jersey, Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the Netherlands ,UK.