Why is there a fee for a dog licence and not cats? The annual €20.50 fee for a SBAA dog licence reflects the same fee imposed in the Republic of Cyprus. As the licensing of cats is a matter of policy and not legislation, there is no fee.
What price is a dog licence?
There are three types of dog licence: An individual dog licence, which costs €20 and is valid for 1 year. A ‘lifetime of dog’ licence, which costs €140 and is valid for the dog’s lifetime. A general dog licence, which costs €400 and is valid for 1 year.
How much does it cost to fly a dog to Cyprus?
The cost of flying your dog to Cyprus will depend on a variety of factors (such as the size of your dog). Typically, the price will range anywhere from £1170 – £2000.
How many dogs can you own in Cyprus?
There will be a limit of a maximum of two dogs per house and one per apartment, but provision is made for owners who have more dogs when the law comes into force to be allowed keep them. All dogs over two months will have to wear a collar with the number of their dog licence and the contact details of the owner.
What dogs are illegal in Cyprus?
The following breeds are prohibited from entry to Cyprus: Pit Bull Terrier or American Pit Bull, Japanese Tosa or Tosa Inu, Dogo Argentino or Argentinian Mastiff, Fila Brasileiro or Brazilian Mastiff.
How much does a dog have to bark to complain?
An ordinance passed in 2010, said dogs could bark for up to 20 consecutive minutes before a neighbor could issue a complaint. That was revised recently so that neighbors can file a complaint if a dog is making excessive noise for 10 minutes during the day and only five minutes at night.
Can I take my dog on holiday to Cyprus?
Pets must be at least 105 days old and must be vaccinated against rabies. You will need to wait 21 days after the vaccination is given to travel to Cyprus (the first day is considered Day 0). You will need to obtain a health certificate from a USDA authorized veterinarian (if traveling from the US).
Can I take my dog on a plane to Cyprus?
Up to five pets can be transported to Cyprus by one person. Pets under three months of age can’t travel to Cyprus. You must inform the Cypriot Veterinary Services Department of your pets arrival at least 48 hours before it’s due to arrive in the country.
Do dogs have to quarantine in Cyprus?
There is no mandatory quarantine in Cyprus. If the import requirements can’t be met, pet owners may ask the authorities for a special permit to bring their pet into Cyprus before completing the process. In some cases, such a request will be approved by the authorities.
Is it legal to own a tiger in Cyprus?
“Yes they could, but the same animal welfare laws applicable for zoos and pet shops apply to private ownership as well. Anyone who wants to buy a tiger would have to first have their proposed enclosure approved by state services. There is a penalty for failing to do so,” the ministry official said.
Do you need a dog Licence in Cyprus?
It is a legal requirement for all dog owners to obtain a licence for their pet. The legislation on licensing for the SBAA reflects the legislation of the Republic of Cyprus. This is a legal obligation under the Treaty of Establishment.
How do I get a pet passport?
It must have a regular vaccination record with no breaks/delays; be dewormed and have regular tick and flea treatment done. Also, it must have an ISO 11784/85 microchip implanted and a rabies titer test done. In order to take their pets with them, owners are meticulously complying with all the conditions.
Where can I get an EU pet passport?
You can get a European pet passport for your dog, cat or ferret from any authorised vet (permitted by the relevant authorities to issue pet passports). A pet passport is valid for life as long as your pets rabies vaccination is in date.
Which airlines fly dogs from Cyprus to UK?
Which UK airlines allow pets in cabin? The main 3 airlines that allow pets in the cabin are: KLM, Lufthansa and TUI. This only applies for very small pets that weigh less than 8kg and would have to be booked direct through the airline, without the assistance of a pet export company like Fetchapet.