Pet Passport Croatia
This package contains information and detailed step by step instructions on importing your dog, cat or ferret to Croatia. If your pet is not traveling to Croatia, then you can select the country your pet is traveling to by clicking here to select a pet passport for another country.
Carefully following these instructions will make clearing customs easier and quicker. The instructions will also help to avoid having your pet denied entry, put into quarantine or returned to your country of origin.
Our information is constantly being updated to keep it current.
If your cat, dog or ferret is entering Croatia from a rabies-free country or rabies-controlled-country, it will need a 15 digit ISO compliant pet microchip, then a rabies vaccination (in that order) at least 21 days prior to transport*. If your pet's microchip is not ISO compliant, you should carry a microchip scanner.
If your pet is entering Croatia from a high-rabies country, it must also have a rabies blood titer test done no sooner than 30 days after vaccination and at least 90 days prior to transport. Select the option above for additional forms and instructions.
If you or your designated representative are traveling with or within 5 days of your dog, cat or ferret from outside of the EU, a licensed veterinarian must complete the non-commercial EU health certificate within 10 days of travel. If you or your designated representative are not traveling with or within 5 days of your pet, then a commercial EU health certificate will be required.
*After microchip implantation, re-vaccination and waiting period has passed, your pet can re-enter Croatia without a wait time as long as booster vaccinations are given on time and your pet continues to meet the other entry requirements.
With the package, you get the following information:
- Detailed instructions on importing your dog, cat or ferret to Croatia
- Instructions on completing the EU health certificate for Croatia
- USDA endorsement information (required if entering Croatia from the United States)
- Approved titer test laboratories
- FREE unlimited email support both for you and your veterinarian, should either of you have any questions
Also included at no additional cost are forms for bringing your pet to Croatia.
- Non-commercial or Commercial EU Health Certificate for Croatia
- Rabies Blood Titer Test Forms (if required - see above)
- Declaration of Non-Commercial Transport
- Microchip Certificate
- Airline Health Certificate
- Inoculation Record - keep your pet's vaccinations in one place for easy customs clearance
- Pet Passport Folder - (Free with First Class Mail Delivery Options above) Click Here to View
Further Requirements to import your dog, cat or ferret to Croatia:
ISO Pet Microchip - Required before rabies vaccination
Microchip Scanner - Recommended if your pet's microchip is not ISO compliant.
Rabies Certificate - Required - available from your veterinarian
Rabies Blood Titer Test - required when entering Croatia from a high-rabies country - Included
Internal and External Parasite Treatment - Not required
Delivery Options (select above):
Email - faster delivery - you can print multiple copies of forms and instructions if you need to.
First Class Mail - we print instructions and forms and mail to you. There is a cost for printing and postage with this option.
It is our objective to prepare the traveling pet owner for all entry requirements that may arise as a result of traveling by air, sea or ground. Enforcement may not be consistent in every country or on every airline, and having proper documentation will better ensure that no problems will arise during your travels.
If you purchase our instructions and forms prior to 30 days before you travel, please check back with us to make sure there have been no changes in the rules or forms required to take your pet to Croatia. All updated instructions and forms are provided by email free of charge.
Find more information on importing your pet to Croatia.
We cannot offer refunds on pet passport packages unless there is a problem with the information or forms provided.
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So essentially I paid $12 for what I found for free on the Croatian Agriculture website and I had to be the one to point it out that it needed updating (by asking which one was the form I needed - the Croatian Embassy one or theirs), but I'm sure they will update it now that they know - and I bet it's hard to keep up with all the changes in every country!
I will say that they're email support is fast, friendly and good - though no one told me that I didn't even need this certificate if I was coming from another EU member state...only the EU passport. But I guess we will see when I cross the border this weekend!!!