An official and
authentic “Movement Permit” should be obtained from the veterinary authority
of the area of origin.
- A bill of
health certifying that the pet is free from disease. It should be issued
by a registered veterinary surgeon or official and should be properly
signed and stamped within ten days of shipment.
- A certificate
or letter from the
local veterinary authorities indicating that the area of origin
of the pet is free from rabies.
- Dogs require
vaccination against distemper, hepatitis, Leptospirosos, Parvo-virus and
rabies. It should have been done not less than 30 days prior to arrival at
any point of entry into Uganda.
- Cats require
vaccinations against Feline Entritis and rabies. It should have been done
not less than 30 days prior to arrival at any point of entry into Uganda.
- While in
transit, Dogs and Cats must not come into contact with other
animals. To ensure this, each pet should be appropriately crated.