Taking pets to Malta

Relocating with your pet can be difficult to organise, that’s why Transfur Animals are dedicated to helping you take your pet to Malta. Coupled with the stress of moving, organising pet relocation is one more item on your list of things to do before you move. We’ve been helping people take their pets to Malta for over 15 years and we’re proud to be one of the UK’s leading pet transport companies. For us, your pet’s safety and well being will always be our top priority.

Our goal is the reduce the stress involved when taking your pet to Malta. We’ll do everything for you, from liaising with veterinary practises to arranging customs clearance. After all, it’s our job ensure that your pet arrives at your destination safely and promptly. If you have any questions about bringing your beloved pet to Malta, please get in touch with one of our friendly advisers. Alternatively, get a free, no obligation pet relocation quote here.

Rules and regulations for taking your pet to Malta

In order to reduce your stress when moving, it’s important that you’re aware of a few rules and regulations regarding pet transport.

Before arranging your pet’s transportation to Malta, it’s important to ensure that you have proof of vaccination from at least 30 days (but not more than a year) from your pet’s departure. Unvaccinated pets are prohibited from entering Malta, so this should be at the top of your list of things to do.

A microchip will be necessary for your pet to be accepted into Malta. All cats and dogs will require an ISO 11784/11785 compliant 15-digit microchip. If they do not have one that is ISO compliant, you can contact Border Inspection and inquire whether they have scanners that can read your pet’s microchip.

Your pet will also need a rabies vaccine at least 21 days before travelling to Malta. This will allow you to get a pet passport document which can all be done at your local vet.

You should ensure that you’ve lodged an import permit application with the Maltese administration. There are so many steps involved in getting your pet ready for Malta, this is why we recommend you come to us so that we can help you organise your pet’s travel.

As long as the previous requirements are met, your pet will not need to enter quarantine upon reaching Malta. We’re IPATA certified, so you can ensure that we can provide expert and trustworthy advice when it comes to shipping your pet – and we strongly advise that you begin organising your pet’s transport at least a month before travelling.

How we can help

Transfur are always on hand to offer expert guidance and advice when it comes to taking pets to Malta. All of our staff have been pet owners at some stage in their lives, so we fully understand that stress involved when moving with your pet. We’re proud to be able to offer you a multitude of services, such as home to airport delivery, booking flights to Malta for your pet, and supplying travel containers.

Please do not hesitate to get in touch if you want to discuss your needs further. Otherwise, you can fill out our online quotation form to price your move.

International pet relocation contact box

What We Will Do

> Provide veterinary requirements for your chosen destination

> Provide Shippers certificates

> Liaison with your own veterinary practice

> Arrange UK home to airport delivery service

> Arrange flights (Some low-cost airlines will not allow pets)

> Arrange boarding prior to departure, if required

> Supply and delivery of IATA approved airline container(s)

Airports Served

> Malta