The aim of the study was to determine extended spectrum beta-lactamases (ESBL) and inducible beta-lactamases (IBL) among Pseudomonas aeruginosa strains. A total of 43 strains isolated from humans (6), hospital sink (1), fish (15), cattle (5), swine (5), dog (1), redder (1) fur animals (9) were studied. ESBL-producing strains were detected with double disc diffusion test according to Jarlier et al. (8). Clavulonate and tazobactam were used as the inhibitors of ESBL. Inducible beta-lactamases were determined using double disc method according to Sanders (15). Cefoxitin was the inductor of these beta-lactamases. The susceptibility study was carried out using the disc diffusion method according to NCCLS standards. A total of 8 ESBL (18.6% of all strains) and 31 (72%) IBL producing strains were detected. The obtained results indicate the necessity of monitoring of ESBL- and IBL-producing strains of Pseudomonas aeruginosa.