PET TRANSPORT TO SAUDI ARABIA: HOW IS THIS DONE?
You’re leaving for Saudi Arabia, but you can’t imagine leaving your dog or cat behind.
To organise your pet’s trip, you need to adhere to certain rules.
By choosing the PREMIUM package, we can take care of all, or some of these steps for you.
The minimum time period between the start of formalities to be carried out and your pet’s trip is at least 1.5 months.
VETERINARY PROTOCOL AND ADMINISTRATIVE STEPS ABOUT CAT, DOG AND OTHER ANIMALS TRANSPORT TO SAUDI ARABIA
To ensure that your dogs, cats or other furry friends meet the requirements for importation into Saudi Arabia, they will need:
- Identification through microchip
- An International Certificate of Good Health, that a vet in Paris should issue within the 45 days prior to departure. It must be certified and stamped by the DDDP Department in Paris, the Embassy of Saudi Arabia and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
- An up-to-date passport as well as the QAMA for the owner.
- A letter of engagement drafted by the company of the owner in Saudi Arabia. This letter must be legalised by the Chamber of Commerce
- For dogs, a certificate from the vet specifying that it concerns a guard dog or a guide dog
- An International Certificate of Good Health, that a vet in Paris should issue within ten days prior to departure. It must be certified and stamped by the DDPP Department in Paris
- An animal passport with photo.
- The vaccinations need to be done within a time period less than six months but more than 30 days prior to departure:
- Canine Distemper Virus
- Canine Parvovirus
- Infectious Canine Hepatitis
- Feline Calicivirus
- Feline Panleukopenia Virus (FPV)
- Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis
Once these procedures have been followed, the departure of your dog or cat to Saudi Arabia is starting to take shape – now all you have to do is board an aeroplane!
Need help with these procedures? Contact us.