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?

Definitely. Poles are a pet-loving society with the support structure for it. Even 24-7 vets that are reasonably priced. - May 2018


The Poles love their pets to numerous vets, kennels and shelters. We brought over a dog who did not need to be quarantined, but we did all the proper paperwork stateside. He did need an EU chip. - Apr 2018


No quarantine. Fantastic vet care at a fraction of the cost compared to the US. - Dec 2016


No quarantine. I have been to the vet once, and would describe it as adequate. Very cheap though. - Mar 2016


Very good quality vet care for, again, very reasonable prices. - Sep 2015


Pet care is readily available and there are all kinds of people willing to watch your pets for you and take care of them. Veterinary care is also plentiful, good, and reasonably priced. Again, I wish I could get the same level of high-quality care at these prices here than I get in the States. Poles love animals and take good care of them. Boarding pets in a kennel is also quite easy to do here and they offer a lot of great care and attention for the animal. Pets don't need to be quarantined and getting them here is relatively easy as long as you can figure out the airlines' most recent policies. - Nov 2014


No. Microchipped and vet certificate for EU - Feb 2012


No, only need to meet EU rules (rabies and electronic tagging). - Nov 2011


No. - Mar 2011


No. - Jan 2011


No. - Aug 2009


New book from Talesmag! Honest and courageous stories of life abroad with special needs.

Read More