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United States Army
Household Goods/Transportation (Outbound Shipments)
25 West Chaffee Avenue
Fort Knox, KY 40121-6202
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.
There is no quarantine period for pets arriving in this area.
When making family travel arrangements make reservations for your pet. Remember your pet is not listed on your orders and you are responsible for arrangements and expenses. If you are flying on a commercial airline you must provide your own carrier. Ask the airline about their policy and requirements on pet travel. Seek your veterinarian's advice for making your pet comfortable especially on a long flight. The installation does not provide kennel service. The guest house on post has pet rooms. Inquire when making your billeting arrangements. Check the local telephone book for off post kennel services.
On-post veterinary services include sick call by appointment only, immunizations and health certificates. Emergency services are not available. Health certificates for travel are free and must be dated within 10 days of air travel or 30 days of travel by automobile. Check for restrictions or quarantine requirements at your new destination when relocating to avoid unexpected problems or expenses. Veterinary services are located in building 1068 call 502-624-5819, DSN 312-464-5819, 502-624-3271 by appointments or Fax: 502 624-2773
The Fort Knox Veterinary Facility does not provide kennel services. There are a multitude of facilities that offer animal boarding services in the local area. To help you with your search, check online for animal boarding services for Hardin County, Kentucky.
Our facility specializes in providing high quality medical care to the pets of active-duty soldiers and retirees in the Fort Knox area. Services provided include vaccinations, minor sick calls, surgical and dental procedures, and laboratory workups. All pets that come to the Fort Knox Veterinary Clinic have to be on a leash or in a carrier and all pets residing in on-post housing must have a microchip and be registered with this facility within 10 days of arrival.
Category: Veterinary Services
Population: Service Members, Family Members, Retirees
Intended for: Pets of active duty soldiers and retirees in the Fort Knox area.
When: All pets are seen by appointment only from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Friday
Where: Building 1006, 192nd Tank BN Road, Fort Knox, Kentucky 40121
Cost: Prices vary
Phone: 502-624-5819; 502-624-3271
There are a multitude of facilities that offer animal services in the local area. To help you with your search, check online for animal boarding and veterinary services for Hardin County, Kentucky.