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Pet Passport & Quarantine for Your Dog, Cat or Other Animal

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What is a pet passport?

A pet passport is a collection of documents (health, rabies, microchip certificates, import permits, FAVN test results, etc.) that are required for your pet to enter your destination country when traveling internationally. All documents are issued in your origination country by a licensed veterinarian and may or may not need a government veterinarian endorse the forms.

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Rabies Countries:

Although there are various diseases that pet dogs, cats and ferrets can host, there are none considered more serious than rabies. If you are traveling internationally, the first thing you must do is to find out the rabies classification of the country your pet is leaving from according to the country your pet is traveling to. The World Organization for Animal Health classifies countries as rabies-free, rabies-controlled or high-risk. Although the European Union has a uniform list of country classifications which is considered standard, many countries have their own classifications.

More Information on Pet Passports

Airline Pet Policies

International Pet Passports
Be prepared on travel day! Have your pet's passport ready for the airlines and know airline pet policies before you check-in!

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Disclaimer: To the best of our ability, we ensure that recommendations given on reflect the current airline regulations. We cannot predict how a given airline may enforce these regulations. Noncompliance may result in the need to deny boarding for your pet. We suggest that you minimize the disruptions that may occur by carefully following the rules of the airline you are using.