Bringing a dog to the US is a much simpler process than other countries’ import regulations. Regardless, it’s important to plan ahead as much as possible to make sure your dog arrives in the US without any issues.
Read below to learn more about how to safely transport your dog to the USA.
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Importing Dogs to the USA
Attention: Precise regulations can change at any time, so be sure to double check with the appropriate authorities or with your PetRelocation Consultant to find the most current and accurate information available.
For travel to the US from another country, you’ll need the following:
- Health Certificate (within 10 days of travel)
- Current Rabies Vaccine (must be 30 days old prior to import)
- Recommended Vaccines: Distemper, Hepatitis, Parvovirus, Para-influenza, Bordetella
Note: Dogs from rabies-free countries are not required to have a current rabies vaccine, however, it is strongly recommended to vaccinate your pets since most US states do require it.