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Warsaw, Poland

International Pet Transport to Warsaw

Pet dogs and cats travelling to Warsaw from Australia fly on Emirates Sky Cargo with a comfort stop for your pet in Dubai. The flight time is approximately 22 hours. International pet travel to Warsaw requires extensive documentation and vet visits before your pet can start the journey. Petraveller will need 30 days prior notice to arrange your pet’s trip to Warsaw.

International Pet Travel Requirements for Cats and Dogs

  • Airline-approved pet travel crate
  • Annual vaccination
  • Customs clearance
  • Australian Government accredited veterinary consultation
  • Australian Government export permit
  • Australian Government health certificate
  • Microchip
  • Rabies vaccination certificate

International Pet Relocation Arrival

After your pet lands in Warsaw, airline officials will transfer your pet to the animal lounge for veterinary checks and customs clearance. Pets will be examined for signs of disease or illness, and customs officials will inspect and verify your pet’s documentation. Pet parents can collect their pets after they are cleared for release. Please allow a few hours for your pet to be processed and released to your care after they arrive in Warsaw.

Petraveller provides customers with a step-by-step guide for an easy collection experience. The guide has all the information required for a stress-free collection process, including the location, contact details, hours of operation, etc. 

Frequently asked questions

Does my pet need a microchip to travel to Poland?

Pets travelling from Australia to Poland must be microchipped with an ISO-compliant 15-digit microchip. If your pet has an older microchip, you can bring your microchip scanner to read the microchip. The microchip must be implanted before your pet receives their rabies vaccination. 

Can my puppy or kitten travel to Poland?

Puppies and kittens must receive their primary rabies vaccination before travelling to Poland. Pets travelling from Australia can travel to Warsaw when they are 15 weeks old, provided they receive their rabies vaccination at 12 weeks. It is in your pet’s best interest to travel only after they have received all vaccinations.

Local Pet Requirements

All pet dogs in Warsaw must be registered with the local council. They must be vaccinated against rabies and possess a valid vaccination certificate. Warsaw’s leash laws stipulate that all pets must always be on a lead in public spaces, except in designated off-lead dog areas. 

Pet parents must take good care of their pets, ensuring access to clean and hygienic living conditions and nutritious food. Make sure you take your pet to the vet for timely vaccinations and check-ups. 

Pets are not allowed on public transport in Warsaw, and not all restaurants welcome doggies. Make sure the establishment is pet-friendly before bringing your dog.

About Warsaw

Warsaw, the capital of Poland, has a rich and varied past. Founded in the 13th century, Warsaw has been the capital of Poland since the 16th century. The city is renowned for its rich culture, tradition, beautiful architecture, and diverse population. Warsaw is also a popular tourist destination, and some of Warsaw’s most famous landmarks are the Royal Castle, the Warsaw Uprising Museum, the Palace of Culture and Science, etc. 

  • Official Language
  • Population of people
    1.7 million
  • Flights from Australia