Pets can arrive in the Philippines in the cabin or as checked baggage or air cargo in Manila or Cebu International Airport. Thirty (30) days of home quarantine are required. If you are importing more than 5 animals, a residence inspection is required. Note: The above requirements must be presented upon arrival of the animal at the Philippine airport. (Failure to present the requirements may result in pets being quarantined upon arrival). As part of Florida`s comprehensive emergency management plan, we act as the lead agency for animal and agricultural issues, planning and coordinating the state`s response to emergencies ranging from hurricanes to animal disease outbreaks. The Consulate General of the Philippines informs the public of the revised requirements for transporting pets from the United States to the Philippines: District veterinarians and animal health inspectors from across the state work with producers, pet owners, and private veterinarians to monitor and improve the health and welfare of Florida animals. Please read the other requirements on your pet`s import permit, i.e. the veterinary health certificate and the updated vaccination record.

If you wish to travel to the Philippines with your pet, you must meet the following conditions: Other pets must submit a letter request with the following information: (a) animal species and breed, (b) sex, age and number of animals, (c) expected date of arrival, (d) country of origin, (e) address, telephone, e-mail address and contact details of the importer. The letter must be submitted in person to the Animal Health Service. For the import permit, all dogs and cats need an application, a pro forma invoice (freight only) and all other permits (e.g. CITES or local permits). If you are a Filipino importing a pet, you must also file a notarized affidavit. If you are a foreign pet owner or a representative who imports a pet into the Philippines, you must submit a foreign importer obligation form. In both cases, all animal health and labelling information is required. Failure to provide these requirements may result in pets being quarantined upon arrival in the Philippines. General requirements for all | animals Iowa Administrative Code The Animal Industry Division is responsible for enforcing animal health regulations in Florida and protecting the state from animal pests and diseases.

Obtain a health certificate for each pet from a veterinarian at the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) or a veterinarian accredited by the USDA. The health certificate must be dated 30 days before the date of arrival in the Philippines. The certificate must demonstrate that the animal is free from dangerous or communicable diseases and that it has not recently been exposed to a dangerous or communicable disease and that it has received the control of rabies and other necessary vaccines. Small Ruminant Breeder Accreditation Program (SRBFAP) Issuance of a Product Registration Certificate (CPR) (initial and renewal) To download the application form required to enter the Philippines with a pet, please click on the .pdf icon below. Animal Industry Bureau Department of Agriculture Visayas Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City (632) 920-0816 Obtaining a Veterinary Health Certificate/Export Permit Your dog or cat must be chipped with a 15-digit PET microchip and unencrypted in accordance with ISO 11784/11785. If your pet`s microchip doesn`t have 15 digits, you can carry your own microchip scanner. Dogs must have proof of vaccination against distemper, hepatitis, leptospirosis and parvovirus; And cats should be vaccinated against cat-like panleukopenia. The Philippines requires puppies and kittens to be vaccinated against rabies at least 30 days before entry. The applicant will be asked for a username (email) and password to check the status of the application. The status could be: 1) for approval (i.e., the application awaits signature by the approval authority); 2) Approved; Rejected (applicant must reapply). From 1 June 2018, dogs and cats imported without the required ID will be refused entry and returned to their origin.

All costs incurred shall be borne by the importer. BAI MC 43 Clarification Guidelines regarding documentation requirements in the 2022 PET SLICS Application Sanitary Requirements for Livestock, Poultry and Bird Exposures at the State Fair, District Exhibitions and Exhibitions.