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Russia - Taking Your Pets
Cats and dogs must have a valid international veterinary document (international pet passport) showing proof of vaccination within the last 12 months against rabies and feline/canine infectious diseases. Dogs and cats being brought in from the USA who have had a 3-year rabies vaccine more than 12 months before must be revaccinated, as the 3-year vaccine is not valid in Russia.
The veterinary documents must be either in English or must be translated into Russian and notarized.
There are a number of good veterinary clinics in Moscow, and pet food and supplies are widely available.
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