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Country Vaccinations RequiredVaccinations RequiredQuarantine Required?Microchip Required?Rabies StatusUser Notes 1User Notes 2LinksContactsPets Allowed in National Parks?
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For Map (Yes / No)Enter Details of Vaccinations required for petsIs Quarantine required for any animals and how long forAdd addition notes, Certificates required, Chips, details of the process that needs to be followed and costs etc.Links to information or official sitesContact details of people you may need to liaise with
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AfghanistanYesRabiesYes - Afghanistan does not quarantine healthy pets who meet the following requirements:

Rabies vaccination at least 30 days and not more than 12 months prior to entry.
An accredited veterinarian must complete the Veterinary Certificate for Afghanistan for endorsement by the by the Governing Authority responsible for the import and export of pets in the coountry you are travelling from.
Proof of rabies vaccination should be included for endorsement.
Pets must enter Afghanistan as cargo only.
NoProof of Rabies vaccination & Veterinary Certificate
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AlbaniaYes
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Algeria
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American SamoaYes
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AndorraYes
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Angola
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Anguilla
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Antarctica
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Antarctica
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Antigua and BarbudaYes
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Argentina
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Armenia
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ArubaYes
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AustraliaYes
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AustriaYes
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Azerbaijan
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Bahamas
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BahrainYes
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Bangladesh
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BarbadosYes
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BelarusYes
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BelgiumYes
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BelizeYesRabiesYou must file for an Import Permit before traveling to Belize. Belize recommends that dogs be vaccinated against Distemper, Hepatitis, Leptospirosis and Parvovirus and cats be vaccinated against Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis Calioi Virus and Panlenoopaenis. Proof of current rabies vaccination administered no less than 30 days and no more than one year prior to arrival for first rabies vaccinations.
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Benin
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BermudaYes
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Bhutan
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Bolivia
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Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Botswana
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Bouvet Island
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Brazil
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British Indian Ocean Territory
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Brunei
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BulgariaYes
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Burkina Faso
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Burundi
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Cambodia
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Cameroon
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Canada
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Cape Verde
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Cayman IslandsYes
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Central African Republic
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Chad
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Chile
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China
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Christmas Island
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Cocos (Keeling) Islands
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Colombia
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Comoros
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Congo
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Cook Islands
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Costa Rica
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CroatiaYes
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Cuba
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CyprusYes
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Czech RepublicYes
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Democratic Republic of the Congo
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DenmarkYes
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Djibouti
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Dominica
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Dominican Republic
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East Timor (Timor-Leste)
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Ecuador
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Egypt
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El Salvador
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Equatorial Guinea
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Eritrea
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EstoniaYes
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Ethiopia
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Falkland Islands
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Faroe Islands
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FijiYes
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FinlandYes
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FranceYes
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French Guiana
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French Polynesia
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French Southern Territories
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Gabon
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Gambia
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Georgia
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GermanyYesRabiesYesIf your pet is entering the country from a rabies-free or rabies-controlled country, it will need a rabies vaccination after the microchip is implanted and more than 21 days prior to entry but not more than the expiration date of the manufacturer of the vaccine. If your dog, cat or ferret has a current rabies vaccination but no microchip, it will have to be vaccinated again after the microchip is implanted and wait 21 days before travel.

The country apply the 3 year rabies vaccination for dogs, cats and ferrets entering the country from outside of the EU. When entering in from another EU Member State, annual rabies vaccinations maybe required.

Once you have entered the country, a 21 day waiting period is not required for subsequent visits, provided rabies boosters are kept up to date, and the other entry requirements are met.
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Ghana
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Gibraltar
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GreeceYes
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GreenlandYes
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Grenada
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Guadeloupe
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GuamYes
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Guatemala
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Guernsey
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Guinea
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Guinea-Bissau
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Guyana
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Haiti
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Heard Island and Mcdonald Islands
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Holy See
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Honduras
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Hong KongYes
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