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Entry regulations for your four-legged friend

Travel inside the EU, the European Economic Area and Switzerland

Because we don't want anything to come between you, your dog and your holiday together, you need to ask yourself the following questions:

  • Is your dog healthy?
  • Is your puppy already 8 weeks old?
  • Is your national pet ID ("pet passport") valid?
  • Is your dog vaccinated against rabies (check your pet passport if you're unsure)?
  • If your dog is under 12 weeks of age, have you filled out a  rabies safety declaration?
  • Is your dog microchipped?
  • A leash and muzzle are generally required in buses and gondolas -> do you have both just in case?
  • Do you have a suitable and safe pet crate or container for transportation?

You can find additional information in the info brochure published by the Austrian Health Ministry about travel regulations or on the page travel to Austria

Entry regulations


In addition to the things we mentioned in the list above, if you come here from a country outside the EU you also need to pay attention to the following:

  • Aside from a valid rabies vaccination recorded in your pet passport, do you also have evidence of a serological rabies examination (i.e. proof of a negative rabies antibody test)?
Rules and tips for dogs


Dear four-pawed friend!
Because we want you to be happy with us and get on with all the other guests (furry and not), we have a short "code of conduct" you should be aware of ...

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