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United States Army
307 Chamberlain Avenue
Fort Gordon, GA 30905
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.
Local laws require that dogs and cats be inoculated against rabies; dogs must wear a collar with rabies tag affixed. Microchipping is mandatory for all pets living in Richmond County, including those on the installation.
The military does not currently reimburse nor arrange pet travel when PCS'ing. While most Transportation offices will work with you to make sure your pets can travel with you, it is ultimately your responsibility to research requirements, make arrangements, and pay for your pets' travel. Pets cannot travel Space A and the guidelines on pet travel vary from airline to airline. Once you have coordinated your flight information through CWT/Port Call, you’ll need to call that airline and verify that there is space for your animal. The sooner you make arrangements, the better. If there is not room for your pet on your flight, you may be able to coordinator with CWT/Port Call to arrange for another flight that accommodates. Ensure that you follow ALL recommended guidelines for pet travel.
Note that some breeds may not be accepted for shipping by airlines, especially animals with a flat nose, such as Pugs. Also, many airlines will not transport pets in cargo during times of excessive heat or cold.
Lastly, don't forget to update your pet's microchip with your new contact information upon arrival!
There are currently no quarantines for animals coming into the state or onto post.
There are no kennels available on post.
Fort Gordon Veterinary Clinic performs inoculations, well and sick pet care by appointment only. To schedule an appointment, call (706) 787-7375. No emergency services are offered on post.
The only after-hours emergency clinic in the area is Augusta Animal Emergency: (706) 733-7458.