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Pets to Bring into Georgia

In compliance with the World Health Organisation (WHO), Georgian authorities require that pets entering or departing Georgia must have a health certificate stating the pet is in good health, is free from infectious disease, and has had a rabies inoculation (no less than 30 days prior to the travel date and no more than 12 months prior). The appropriate medical authority in the country where travel begins must validate the certificate.

There are no boarding facilities for pets in Tbilisi. All pet vaccinations should be kept up to date. There are a few qualified veterinarians who usually can get the vaccines your pet will need during your tour. Veterinary clinics and veterinary procedures are not up to Western standards.





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