Dog Travel to Australia From India: Tricky But Not Impossible

Hi PetRelocation,


Please advise: How do we fulfill the quarantine formalities required for Australia for our dog, as India is not an AQIS approved country. Our pet has been given all the timely vaccinations required and is in good health.

Regards,

Mrs. S.
 

 

Dear Mrs. S,

Since India is not an AQIS (Australian Quarantine and Inspection Service) approved country, you will not be able to move your pet directly to Australia. That doesn't mean you'll never be able to relocate your Lab, but you will have to take several steps to do so, including moving her to an AQIS approved country for a period of at least six months before entering Australia

Many people choose to send their pets to the United States first, and then go onward to Australia after fulfilling the necessary requirements. Here is more information about traveling to Australia from a non-approved country

Specific information from the Australian Government is available here, and we also have an comprehensive Australia Pet Travel guide available on our site. Unfortunately your trip will be more complicated than most, but luckily your dog is in good health and sounds fit to make the journey.

Good luck with everything, and contact us if we can offer further assistance by helping to arrange all or part of your move.

 

Pet Travel Question Details:

Name: Seema
Number of Pets: 1
Pet Type: Dog
Pet Breed: Labrador
From: India
To: Australia
 

Editor's Note: This post was originally published in September 2010 and has been updated with new information.

Author:

PetRelocation Team

Topic:

Air Travel, Ask the Experts, Quarantine

Pet:

Dogs

Country:

Australia, India

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