Cargo Pet Travel to Canada (With an Older Dog)

Name: Sheeba
From: Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
To: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Pet: Jenny (Fox Terrier and Lhasa Apso Cross breed, 9 yrs, 8 kg)

Hi PetRelocation,
 
Can my dog travel with me in cabin? If so, please do recommend an airline for me to travel along with my dog from Chennai, TN, India to Toronto, ON, Canada.
 
Also provide me with the list of requirements according to Canadian Food Inspection Agency. I haven't maintained the vaccination card though my dog has had regular vaccinations. Can I provide the No Objection Certificate alone? I also don't feel comfortable with my dog travelling in cargo since she is already 9 years old.

Thanks,
Sheeba
 
 
Hi Sheeba,
 
Thanks for contacting us with your question! You'll find the best and most comprehensive information about moving pets to Canada on the official Canada government website. The instructions for bringing your dog from India are outlined here; as you'll see, you need to have proof of an up-to-date rabies vaccine in the form of a Rabies Vaccination Certificate. There is currently no quarantine.
 
If you fly on a commercial airline your dog will need to travel via cargo, as she is too large to go in the cabin (even if she was small enough, many airlines don't allow in-cabin pet travel for international routes). We certainly understand that you feel fearful about pet cargo travel, but under the right circumstances this is a very safe undertaking. Please read over this pet travel advice to find out more.
 
Also, we'd like to direct you to this information about how to fly an older pet safely. There are a few extra considerations you can attend to in order to help your 9-year-old pup handle the trip as well as possible.
 
Hopefully this helps, Sheeba! Please contact us for a consultation if you need further assistance, and good luck with everything.

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