Solidarity with Ukraine – Information to welcome pets from Ukraine to France
Implementation of animal health surveillance in consultation with veterinarians and the DDPPDepartmental Directorate for Population Protection (Departmental Directorates for the Protection of Populations).
Information for receiving pets from Ukraine in France (FR)
Інформація щодо прийому домашніх тварин походженням з України прямуючих до Фрііх ()
If you have arrived, from Ukraine, with a pet, please contact as soon as possible
- A veterinarian;
- o the Departmental Directorate for the Protection of Populations / Prefecture of the host department.
Thanks to the Vétérinaires Pour Tous and Brigitte Bardot Foundation system, the care of your pets is completely covered.
- anger monitoring;
- Identification / Vaccination + deworming;
- Rabies vaccine + Passport at the end of Health Surveillance;
- Preventive assistance (deworming, sterilization) and curative assistance in the following year;
- I arrive in France.
Information to be provided
- Surname and name ;
- Contact details of a French contact person, in the absence of the association, guaranteeing your welcome and that of your pet;
- Description of the animal and identification number (if any);
- Accommodation address of the animal (if different from yours).
The documents to be provided
- The residence permit in France issued by the prefecture (or, failing that, temporary accommodation and identity documents to start the practice);
- Any identification, vaccination, health documents of your pet.
- Do not abandon the animal and do not leave the French territory during the surveillance period without the prior consent of the DDPPDepartmental Directorate for Population Protection of the department;
- Submit your pet to veterinary visits on D + 30; D + 60, D + 90 and D + 180;
- Keep your pet isolated from other domestic carnivores and people;
- Deworm it (echinococcosis) as soon as they arrive;
- Take all necessary measures to avoid any risk of your pet biting or scratching people or animals;
- Report any signs of illness or death of the animal to the designated surveillance veterinarian, as well as to the DDPPDepartmental Directorate for Population Protection of the department;
- Have your pet vaccinated against rabies after monitoring is complete.