Like Japan, Guam is rabies-free. This might make it a natural choice for Japanese citizens who want to return home at some point, as going to another rabies-free country will streamline the import process (Taiwan is also free of rabies). There are a few things to know before you go, however, so make sure you do your research.
Moving to Guam will require the following:
- An entry permit
- A microchip,
- Proof of vaccinations
- A health certificate
Take a look at the complete pet import requirements for moving to Guam, and please contact PetRelocation.com if you'd like to speak to a Specialist in greater detail about this or any other pet travel issue.
Are you a citizen of Japan who has decided to relocate? Feel free to share your story with us, and don't hesitate to let us know if you need a helping hand! Also, if you live in another part of the world and want to be a helping hand, there are plenty of ways to help the pets of Japan.