Eva Air requires specific forms to be filled out before animals are accepted on board. You can find these at their website. There are a limited number of spots on board for animals, so it is advised that you contact them via telephone at (800) 695-1188 as soon as your travel plans are confirmed.
Pets in the Cabin
Unfortunately, pets are not permitted to travel in the cabin on Eva Air flights.
Pets in Checked Baggage
Animals are permitted to travel in the cargo hold as checked baggage. Although there is no limit on the size of pets accepted as checked baggage, animals and their carriers weighing over 70 lbs (32 kg) are charged a higher fee than those weighing under this amount. Animals weighing less than 70 lbs (32 kg) are charged double the usual excess baggage fee, between $8-230 depending on your travel plans; and animals weighing more than 70 lbs (32 kg) are charged triple the amount of excess baggage.
For pets traveling as checked baggage, carriers must be IATA-approved. They must be Leak, escape and claw-proof. The carrier must be made of rigid plastics material. Your pet should be able to stand without touching the roof of the carrier, have space to stand upright, and lie down comfortably inside. Inside the carrier, food and water should be secured.
Eva Air Transport doesn't advise snub-nose dogs and cats to be transported during hot season. The following brachycephalic dog breeds are not permitted during this time: Affenpinscher, Boston Terrier, Boxers (all breeds), Brussels Griffin, Bulldog (all breeds), Bull Terrier, Pug (all breeds), Chow Chow, Dogue de Bordeaux, English Toy Spaniel, Japanese Chin/Japanese Spaniel/Chin Chin, Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Lhasa Apso, Mastiff(all breeds), Pekingese, Presa Canario, Shar Pei, Shih Tzu, Tibetan Spaniel. The cat breeds that are not permitted during this time are Burmese, Himalayan, Persian (e.g. Chinchilla), and Exotic shorthair. The following breeds are not permitted to travel at any time with Eva Air: American Pit Bull (Terrier), American Staffordshire, Terrier Fila Brazileiros, Japanese Tosa, Pit Bull Terrier, Dogo Argentino (Argentine Mastiff), and Cane Corso. Pets are not accepted on A321 aircraft. Emotional support animals are now recognized as pets.