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International Pet Travel
Many countries have strict regulations regarding international pet travel. You'll find an overview of bringing Fido to many popular international destinations below. No matter where you're going, you should contact the embassy or consulate of the destintion country to confirm pet travel regulations, obtain all of the necessary paperwork (such as health certificates and documentation) regarding your pet's travel, and contact your local veterinarian to ensure your pet is in compliance with foreign health regulations. And finally, don't forget to check reulations on bringing Fido back to your home country too. Quarantine rules may apply even if your dog has only been gone a short time. Have more questions about crossing the pond with your pooch? Read our Ten Tips for Flying with Fido, or speak to a frequent flyer in our International Pet Travel Forum.

Bahamas

You may bring your pet into The Islands of the Bahamas, but you need to make preparations before your departure. An import permit is required from the Ministry of Agriculture, Trade and Industry (Nassau), for all animals being brought into ...

Canada

You may cross the border into Canada with your pet easily as long as your pet has been vaccinated against rabies within 3 years of your date of arrival. Pets over 3 months of age require one of the following ...

Mexico

Traveling to Mexico with your pet is easy! You will need the proper paperwork to enter the country, and it is possible that your pet may undergo an inspection upon arrival. All animals crossing the border into Mexico will require ...

United Kingdom

Traveling to the UK with your pet is easier than ever before! Just make sure you follow the steps below in the listed order and have all paperwork on hand when traveling to the UK. Your pet must be microchipped ...

United States

The US Center for Disease Control (CDC) governs the importation of dogs, cats, turtles, monkeys, other animals, and animal products capable of causing human disease. Requirements for the importation of the most common pets are described below. Pets taken out ...
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