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Provision of Veterinary Services


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In order to temporarily provide cross border veterinary services in the Republic of Cyprus, one needs to notify the Cyprus Veterinary Council, operating under the auspices of the Ministry of Agriculture, Rural Development and Environment.

The veterinary practice includes the examination of animals in order to draw a diagnosis, treatment of animals, carrying out surgical operation on animals, provision of veterinary advice or prescription or certificate, administration of drugs or biological products and implementation of measures for the prevention of animal diseases or for the improvement of animal’s health conditions, autopsy performance on animals, inspection of products of animal origin in order to ensure that they are appropriate and suitable for human consumption, sample taking from live or dead animals or products of animal origin for laboratory testing, execution of veterinary laboratory diagnostics.


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Natural persons providing veterinary services in the Republic of Cyprus are obliged to comply with the provisions of the Professional Code of Veterinary Practice Regulations of 1994, K.D.P 38/94 as amended and the Exercise οf Veterinary Practice and Registration of Veterinary Surgeons Law, 169/90 as amended. Specifically, the registered veterinarians are obliged, among others, to:

  • contribute, to the extent possible, to the enhancement of animal production;
  • promote the animals’ welfare with the prevention and treatment of animal diseases;
  • protect human’s health from animal diseases and ensure the highest possible hygiene and quality standards of the food and animal products;
  • defend the honour, reputation and dignity of the profession with their behaviour;
  • equally treat their customers regarding the provision, diligence and devotion exhibited in the cases undertaken;
  • provide explicit directions as per the usage and custody of the prescribed medicine;
  • behave with respect, politeness and generosity towards their colleagues;
  • not implement procedures or methods of unfair competition during the exercise of the veterinary practice;
  • be fully informed regarding the latest scientific developments especially those relating to the veterinary practice;
  • keep records of cases and activities undertaken relating to the exercise of veterinary practice.

The Cyprus Veterinary Council is the delegated body to exercise disciplinary control on the registered veterinarians and impose disciplinary penalties, such as the temporary or permanent deletion of a registered veterinarian from the registry, temporary suspension of the authorisation to exercise the veterinary practice and other.


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Pancyprian Veterinary Association
Telephone: +357 22805200, +357 97866909 from Monday-Friday between 15:00-18:00
Email : contact@pvacyprus.com
Website: http://www.pvacyprus.com


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Related Links

Veterinary Services
Horizontal cross border procedures
Electronic Online Declaration form submission

Related Documents

Download the Acrobat fileDirective 200536EC on the Recognition of Professional Qualifications.pdf
Download the Acrobat fileDeclaration Form Concerning the Temporary Provision of Services in Cyprus.pdf
Download the Acrobat fileVeterinarians Registry.pdf
Download the Acrobat fileThe Professional Code of Practice Regulations of 1994.pdf



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