Pet Relocation to Dominica

 


Bringing DOGS into Dominica; The animal must be examined by an accredited Veterinarian or Government Veterinarian in the country of origin , and accompanied by a certificate indicating the Animal’s Health Status. Pets must be free from internal and external parasites. Pets must be tested , and treated for Heartworms and any other parasite of animal health importance . Provision of health records indicating the vaccination Status of the animal with a current (Distemper, Hepatitis, Parvovirus, Para Influenza, Corona Virus) (DHLPP+ C) vaccination Record or any other endemic diseases of importance. Dogs coming from Rabies endemic Countries must be immunized with an approved Rabies Vaccine by an official veterinarian stating type, serial number, date of expiration and date of administration, at least 30 days and not more than one(1) year prior to exportation of animal. A blood sample must be taken from the dog and sent to a reputable Rabies Reference Laboratory, and the result must be sent directly to the Veterinary Services at the above address prior to issuing an import permit. The test result must show a serum antibody level of at least 0.5 IU/ mL. Bringing CATS into Dominica; The animal must be examined by a Licensed Veterinarian in the country, and a certificate issued indicating the health status of the pet. The pet must be free from internal and external parasites. Provision of health records indicating the vaccination Status of the pet with a current (Feline Distemper, Rhino-traqueitis (FVR), Calici-Virus (FCV), Feline pan Leukopenia (FPl), Pnuemonitis-chlamydia (PPN), Leukemia (FeLV), and Rabies ) vaccination Record or any other endemic diseases of importance. The vaccination Record indicating the Immunization Status of the animal must be provided for the endemic diseases of importance. Cats coming from Rabies endemic Countries must be immunized with an approved Rabies Vaccine by an official veterinarian stating serial number, date of expiration etc at least 30 days and not more than one(1) year prior to exportation of the animal. A blood sample must be taken from the cat and sent to a reputable Rabies Reference Laboratory, and the result must be sent directly to the Veterinary Services at the above address prior to issuing an import permit. The test result must show a serum antibody level of at least 0.5 IU/mL. Please note that this test take 4-6 weeks to. These are guidelines only which are subject to change. Contact the Embassy, or Consulate, of Dominica for current requirements before the pet move.