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Indonesia

Attention:  This information is to be used as general guidelines and may not be updated to meet the current requirements.  Before you travel, be sure to contact the appropriate authorities for your destination country.

MOVING PETS TO INDONESIA:

PET IMPORT RULES AND REQUIREMENTS

1) Microchip:  Each Pet shall be identified by means of a microchip. No other form of identification is acceptable. The microchip used should comply with ISO Standard 11784 or Annex A to ISO standard 11785- otherwise the pet will need to be sent with it’s own scanner attached to the top of the crate.

2) Vaccination & Certificate: All pets must have an original Rabies Certificate and this certificate must state the microchip number, the date of inoculation and the validity of the particular vaccination you obtain – some are good for two years, others are only good for one.  This vaccine must be an inactivated vaccine.  Pets also must be up to date on all other vaccinations.

3) Rabies Titer / FAVN-OIE Tests:  FAVN or Fluorescent Antibody Viral Neutralization (FAVN) Blood Test is to ensure that the rabies vaccinations have provided adequate rabies antibody levels and will need to be approved by an approved Government Facility  prior to export (i.e. the USDA). 

To obtain a Rabies Titer/FAVN test:

Your vet will need to send a serum sample, accompanied by a completed FAVN Report Form, to the Kansas State University lab* to do the FAVN test. The Kansas State Lab will then send the FAVN Report Form with the results of the test back to the submitting clinic.

Rabies Laboratory

Kansas State University

2005 Research Park Circle

Manhattan, KS 66502

tel. 785-532-4483

fax 785-532-4474

www.vet.ksu.edu/rabies

rabies@vet.ksu.edu

If the FAVN test is approved:

The results of the blood test must be 0.5 IU/ml or above in order to qualify for entry.

*Please call KSU prior to sending the blood to make sure they are aware of the delivery and the destination location.  We also suggest, prior to shipping the blood, that you ask how they want the blood container labeled and how they want it sent to them.  These labs do change their policy often, so its best to double check with them.

4) Import Permit: An Import Permit from the Department of Agriculture is a must for every pet entering Indonesia. You may obtain by having your copy of passport, copy of valid health certificate from the veterinarian, and the copy of pet's vaccination book.  Typically it takes about 30 days to receive the import permit from the time of application.

5) Vet Health Certificate (Form 7001): This is the standard Health Certificate to be filled out by your USDA accredited Veterinarian.   Must be issued 4-5 days prior to the flight.  Health Certificate must state that the pet has no clinical signs of Aujossky’s disease, Distemper, Rabies, Leishmaoiasis, Leptospirosis and Tuberculosis.

6) USDA Endorsement: The forms referenced above will need to be sent to your local USDA office for their stamp of approval. Your PetRelocation.com agent will assist you with this process.

After fulfilling all of the necessary pet import requirements, pets will be subject to a 7-14 day quarantine upon arrival in Jakarta.  As quarantine times vary, please consult with your PetRelocation specialist for more details.

Veterinarians

Bali

Restiati Veterinary Clinic - 24 Hour Emergency Service Phone: +62-361-7442430 (24 hour service) Mobile: 08123952470 or 0811389001 E-mail: sales@balivetclinic.com

Jakarta

Klinik & Salon Hewan          Pinang Indah Pet Shop                                        Jl. Ciputat Raya No. 9                        Jakarta Selatan                                                    Tel. 021 7664545

Praktek Doter Hewan PanggilanJl. Siaga Raya 41 Jakarta Selatan                                  Tel. 021 7970346 Veterinary Surgeon                      

 

Jl. Buncit Raya 11A                                             Jakarta Selatan                                                 Tel. 021 7997734 Drh Soemarmo BJl. Kemang Raya 29 Jakarta Selatan Tel. 021- 79198685                                           

Pet Shops/Kennels

Groovy Pet ShopAddress: Jl. Kemang Raya No. 44 Kemang, Jakarta Selatan Indonesia

Phone: (62-21) 719-7704, 7179-2158

Fax: (62-21) 718-0872

Email: groovy@rad.net.id

Website: http://www.groovy.co.id

 

 

Ragunan Kennel

Address: Rangunan Pasar Minggu

Phone: 780 5611

Information: Boarding kennel

Indonesia is a nation in Southeast Asia. Comprising 17,500 islands, it is the world's largest archipelagic state. With a population of over 200 million, it is the world's fourth most populous country and the most populous Muslim-majority nation, although officially it is not an Islamic state. Indonesia is a republic, with an elected parliament and president. The nation's capital city is Jakarta. The country shares land borders with Papua New Guinea, East Timor and Malaysia. Other neighboring countries include Singapore, the Philippines, Australia, and the Indian territory of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

Capital: Jakarta

Languages: Indonesian

Currency: Rupiah (IDR)

Geography

Indonesia consists of 17,508 islands, about 6,000 of which are inhabited. These are scattered over both sides of the equator. The five largest islands are Java, Sumatra, Kalimantan (the Indonesian part of Borneo), New Guinea (shared with Papua New Guinea), and Sulawesi. Indonesia shares land borders with Malaysia on the island of Borneo, Papua New Guinea on the island of New Guinea, and East Timor on the island of Timor. The capital, Jakarta, is on Java and is the nation's largest city, followed by Surabaya, Bandung, Medan, and Semarang. The country's largest rivers are in Kalimantan, and include the Mahakam and Barito; such rivers are communication and transport links between the island's river settlements.

Climate

Indonesia has a tropical climate, with two distinct monsoonal wet and dry seasons. Average annual rainfall in the lowlands varies from 1,780–3,175 millimeters (70–125 in), and up to 6,100 millimeters in mountainous regions. Mountainous areas—particularly in the west coast of Sumatra, West Java, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, and Papua—receive the highest rainfall. Humidity is generally high, averaging about 80%.

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