Norway

 General Information

Glaciers, fjords, waterfalls, mountains, midnight sun and northern light – raw sublime power of jaw dropping Norwegian nature , together with one of the world’s best education, social and welfare system, and lowest criminality ratings make Norway an ideal place to live.  Norwegians are known as a very pet loving nation, they are very active and outdoorsy. Rain, storms, heavy snow fall, nippy dead of winter? No problem for a Norwegian. They will spend all  weekend outside with their doggies.  We have great news for all the busy folks too, there is no need for you to worry about long working hours away from your furry bud – it is completely common to take your dog with you to the office.

Relocation Information

Norway puts a g great emphasis on the health of imported pets. They also make sure that there is no illegal trade, e.g. endangered species. Norwegian legislation regarding imports of stray dogs (non pedigree dogs, dogs from shelters and/ or with an unknown background) changed in 2018 and thus it is no longer possible to import a stray dog that hasn’t been in your custody for less than 6 months prior to moving into the country. If you are exporting pets from Bahrain and want to make a stop over in another country for a few days import processes will change  –  JetPet Global offers personalized pet shipping services and makes sure you are informed of all the requirements and help you avoid costly mistakes.

Other Requirements

Cats, dogs and ferrets must be micro chipped with an ISO compliant microchip or else the pet owner needs to carry their own scanner. Pets must be vaccinated after the microchip was injected. Prior to moving please consider also that pets coming from the Middle East are allowed to enter Norway through Oslo airport only. Norwegian authorities must be informed of the planned arrival at least 48 hours prior to your flight.

Norway currently bans following dog breeds, their crosses or any mixes that resemble the breed: Brazilian Fila, Dogo Argentino, Japanese Tosa Inu, Pit Bull and Staff Terrier. Staffordshire Bull Terriers are accepted, but they must be registered with the Norwegian Kennel Club and DNA tested.

Vaccination Requirements

Anti – rabies vaccination is obligatory. Please make sure you will contact us well ahead of your travel in order to plan accordingly. For dogs, including puppies an internal parasite treatment is required . Cats or ferrets are exempted.

JetPet  Global is a certified pet relocation and pet export company that guarantees the best pet relocation services in Bahrain – do not hesitate to contact us to get a quote!

Attention: This information is to be used as general guidelines and may not be updated or complete to meet the current requirements. Before you travel, be sure to contact JetPetGlobal.

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