Pet Relocation to Antigua and Barbuda


Pet Relocation

An import permit must be obtained from the Antiguan Chief Veterinary Officer before the importation of any animals. The animal must first be micro-chipped and then vaccinated against rabies at least 30 days, but not more than 12 months, followed by a blood test, at an approved laboratory in country of origin, to make sure the vaccination had worked. The result of such tests must be forwarded to: The Acting Chief Veterinary Officer, PO Box 1282 St. Johns, Antigua Tel/Fax: (268) 460-1759. Pets must also be accompanied by a export health certificate signed, stamped and dated within 96 hours by a licensed veterinarian of country of origin. These are pet relocation guidelines only which are subject to change. For current requirements contact the Embassy of Antigua about bringing pets into their country.

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