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Are qualified veterinarians and/or good kennel services available? Do animals need to be quarantined upon entry to the country? Are there other considerations regarding pets that are particular to this country?
There are a few Western vets in the city who will be able to take good care of your pet, assuming they don't need particularly complicated care. Not sure about a quarantine but probably not. Sadly, it's not uncommon for dogs to go missing and many are stolen for food. The situation for animals is pretty heartbreaking. There are no laws about animal abuse and a very limited public understanding of or compassion for animal well-being and suffering. Be prepared to have your heart broken a lot. - May 2, 2017
Yes there is one European Vet (Agrovet)that is decent though resources were limited. Bringing pets in and out was easy. No quarantine. - Oct 24, 2016
If flying through Bangkok, be sure to double-check airline pet policies and pet visa requirements. Entry into Cambodia was easy, with no quarantine or regulations beyond the usual rabies shot and health certificate. Most expats use Agrovet veterinarian, which is very good. I brought all cat food/litter with me. As seems usual overseas, pet food is expensive in Phnom Penh. The city overall has very, very little green space for dogs. - Feb 13, 2015
No. - Aug 13, 2013
Not that I am aware of. - Oct 9, 2010