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Pets to Bring into Macedonia

There is no quarantine for pets coming into Macedonia, but all animals must have a current health certificate, less than 10 days old, certified by the country of departure, and a rabies certificate. All shots must be up-to-date before travel. Despite what some books say, you do not need an import permit at this time. When dogs and cats arrive in Macedonia, a state veterinarian meet them at the airport. He/she will review the papers, examine the animal, and give you an entry stamp. He/she may ask to see all the medical records for the animal, so have them handy. Do notify the relevant authorities in Macedonia in advance.

Macedonia has a veterinary hospital. Some expatriates bring their pets to a couple of private practitioners. Other expatriates prefer to take their pets to Thessaloniki, Greece, for more serious treatment. Veterinary pharmaceuticals are limited. If your pet requires regular medication, it is a good idea to bring a supply of your own. This is also true for any special dietary needs of your pet. A limited supply of pet supplies and foods (Pedigree brand) are available at the veterinary hospital or pet stores in the city. Food and accessories are expensive and limited in variety.





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