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United States Air Force
Transportation Management Office
310 Van Matre Ave
Bldg 210 - Room 169
Eglin AFB, FL 32542
Policies and rules for shipping pets vary at each installation. It’s important to understand the regulations, prohibitions and laws at your new installation before moving with a pet. Below, you’ll find installation-specific details for registering, boarding and transporting your pet.
Pet licenses are required in Okaloosa County. Contact Pet Welfare (PAWS) located on 683 Range Road Eglin AFB, FL 32542. Please call them at 850-678-5066 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions or want to volunteer. Hours of operation Monday-Saturday: 0900 - 1300 hours (9:00am - 1:00pm) or by appointmentClosed Sunday and All Federal Holidays. An annual license fee of $35 per household is required for those households on Eglin and Hurlburt that maintain dogs and/or cats. Valid proof of rabies shot is required to register pets at the Eglin Veterinary Clinic, 850-882-2233or DSN 312-872-2233. Eglin Vet Clinic hours are Monday through Friday 8:00am-3:45pm. Privately owned animals/pets of military members are seen by appointment only.
There are no kennels on the base. Check the yellow pages of the Fort Walton Beach phone directory for the complete listing or go to TalkingPhoneBook.com for additional information on the Fort Walton Beach/Destin area. Pets are not allowed in on-base lodging.
Nothing can waylay a trip with an animal faster than a health problem, and your pet's well-being should be of primary importance to you. A clean bill of health is an important first step in assuring your pet's ability to adjust safely to unfamiliar surroundings. In addition, most states and countries require recent health certificates and disease inoculation documentation before you will be allowed to cross borders, making a trip to the veterinarian mandatory.Air Travel
According to federal regulations, an airline cannot accept an animal from its owner unless the following qualifications are met: The animal must be 1) at least 8 weeks old; 2) certified as healthy within 10 days prior to departure; 3) secured in a carrier which meets the required standards; and 4) adequately identified in the manner specified. Because airlines can be fined for not adhering to these regulations, animals will be turned away at a ticket counter, so it is to your advantage to be conscientious in preparing for your pet's journey.
Sand & Spur Stables
This is the private organization that has horse stables and other horse facilities on base. Horse lovers will enjoy the Sand and Spur Riding Club. Members may stable their horses on base and use the pastures and training facilities. For questions, call 850-240-1821