Flying animals to Russia
has everything you need to know

Vaccines -

All types of dogs and cats entering Russia are required to be vaccinated against rabies.
A dog or cat that is not vaccinated against rabies and will not find rabies antibodies in the blood tests will not be approved for entry into Russia.
It is recommended to vaccinate all animals against rabies but there is no mandatory rabies vaccine definition for all animals entering Russia except dogs and cats.
Cats entering Russia are required to undergo another test called a dermatophytosis test.

Electronic chip and identification tags -

Entry into Russia for dogs and cats is conditional on carrying an electronic chip only, and must contain all the identifying details of the animal.
A dog or cat that does not carry an identification tag / electronic chip will not be allowed to enter Russia.

Medical certificates and blood tests -

As with any destination country, Russia also has a list of requirements to approve the entry of your pet into its lands.
A comprehensive medical examination is mandatory for all animals before arriving in Russia.
The Sky Pets Play team consists of professional veterinarians and experienced staff members who will examine your pet, without queues, and without unnecessary headaches. After the comprehensive inspection we will issue for you the necessary documents and approvals for the flight.

when do we start?

The Sky Pats Play team recommends starting the process about a month before the date of arrival in Russia.
We will accompany you throughout the process, with any question, and anywhere.