Pet Relocation Services

For pet owners who want to ensure that their pets receive the best possible care and attention.

Our aim is to make the process of relocating your pet convenient and stress free.

By giving you peace of mind, your pet will have a safe and comfortable journey.

Import/export permits

Customs Clearance

Flight arrangements and reservations

Veterinary requirement

Obtaining an IATA-approved kennel

Pet Limo service

Our services are inclusive of relocation requirements and short- and long-term boarding for your pets.

So even if you need to travel ahead of your pet, you can be sure your pet is in safe hands with Jebel K9. It is important to understand that some countries have strict requirements and regulations to import pets. Therefore, planning as far in advance as possible is ideal.

If there is a possibility you may be relocating in the future, please keep your pet’s vaccinations up to date. We are pleased to offer full relocation services for animals departing or arriving into Oman. This service includes:

Importing pets into Oman

Dogs and cats travelling to Oman must be 4 months of age or older. 

Dogs & Cats arriving to Oman must have a Rabies titer test done with samples taken a minimum of three months before date of arrival and antibody results of => 0.5 IU/mL

All adult dogs and cats must have valid and up to date vaccinations. They must be vaccinated against rabies at least 30 days, and not more than 6 months prior to entering the country. Unless it is an ongoing yearly renewal 12 months is permissible.

Import Certificate must be obtained from the Ministry of Agriculture prior to arrival.

Original Government Health certificate and vaccination certificates with valid stickers.

All dogs should be registered after arrival in Oman.

Exporting pets from Oman

Requirements may differ depending upon your country of destination.

All vaccinations should be up to date. Rabies must be at least 30 days prior to travel and not beyond 6 months.

Export certificate

Health certificate

In some countries it is mandatory to have a valid Rabies Titer test (blood test). This test maybe required to be done three months before the pet’s departure.


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