Pet Relocation To Norway

Taking your pets to Norway is a huge ordeal, and incredibly stressful to arrange. In order to make your move as stress free as possible, it’s best that you get in touch with pet relocation specialists to help you through the process. Transfur Animals have been taking pets to Norway for over a decade, so we’re highly experienced with all aspects of pet travel and we’ll be here every step of the way to answer your questions. If you’re not familiar with the process involved in transporting animals from A to B, it would be much easier for you to let us handle it for you. We’ve been recognised as one of the UK’s leading pet relocation agencies, so you can rest assured that your furry friend is in good hands..

Your pet’s well being is always our top priority when organising pet relocation to Norway. You will never be kept in the dark and we’re happy to answer any questions you have on any part of the process. From liaising with veterinary practises to arranging customs clearance, it’s our job to ensure that your pet arrives in Norway safely and promptly. G touch with a member of our friendly team, or Get a free, no obligation pet relocation quote here.

Rules and regulations for taking your pet to Norway

Make yourself aware of a few rules and regulations regarding pet transport before organising your pet’s journey to Norway.

Above all, it is vital that you have proof of vaccination signed by a vet from at least 30 days (but not more than a year) from your pet’s departure. Animals must be vaccinated against rabies, otherwise your pet will be prohibited from entering Norway. Getting your pet vaccinated must be your first step. Please note that pets under 3 months old cannot get a rabies vaccine, so young puppies and kittens will not be allowed to enter Norway. 

All dogs must be treated against the fox dwarf tapeworm before entering Norway. You must contact a vet between one and five days before the country. The exceptions are for pets entering directly from Northern Ireland, Finland, Ireland, or Malta.

In addition, it’s important that your cat, dog or ferret is microchipped with a microchip that is compliant with ISO Standard 11784 or Annex A to ISO standard 11785. If your pet was registered before 3rd July 2011 then they must have a clearly readable tattoo. If your pet’s microchip is not 11784/11785 compliant, then you can bring your own scanner to border control.

Transfur Animals are IPATA certified, which means you can trust us to provide you with the most reliable information when it comes to shipping your pet to Norway. We strongly advise that you start planning your pet’s transport as soon as possible to ensure that you don’t run into any bumps along the way

 

How we can help

At Transfur Animals, we will always go the extra mile to help you and your pet during this stressful time. We’re happy to give you individual guidance and advice on taking your pet to Norway whenever you need. Just give our friendly team a call. Every member of our team has been a pet owner at some stage in their lives, so we fully understand that you want to ensure your pet’s safety above everything else. We’re proud to be able to offer you a multitude of services to help you with your move to Norway. These services include home to airport delivery, booking flights to Norway for your pet, and supplying travel containers.

It is essential that your pet is professionally handled during your move to Norway. Please do not hesitate to get in touch with us if you want to discuss your needs further. Price your move with our free, no obligation quotation form.

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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

> Oslo

> Other regional airports