If you are considering traveling to Peru and bringing your dog, cat, or other pet, you should know some sanitary requirements to enter.
The only requirement to bring your pet to Peru, whether a cat or a dog, is a health certificate. The certificate must be issued in the country of origin and have the current vaccination.
Dogs must imply vaccinated against parvovirus, distemper, hepatitis, leptospirosis, rabies, coronavirus, and influenza. In cats, panleukopenia, rabies, rhinotracheitis and calicivirus.
It should be noted that, in both cases, the rabies vaccine is mandatory only from 3 months onwards. Also, the certificate must prove your pet’s internal and external deworming within 30 days before your trip.
Also, your health certificate must indicate the state of health prescribed by a veterinarian.
Finally, when you arrive in Peru with your pet, you must go to the National Agrarian Health Service (Senasa) office next to the Jorge Chávez International Airport, where you must make the S / .99.00. There, they will check your pet and your health certificate.
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Remember to consult the vet for any questions about the trip with animals.