Regulations Governing Importation of Dogs and Cats into Uganda
1. Movement Permit
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.