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Practical guide for traveling with your dog or cat abroad

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Practical guide for traveling with your dog or cat abroad

Are you planning traveling from Argentina abroad with your cat or dog? Here we offer you a simple and clear guide so you can take them safely and do not miss any procedure. But first we encourage you: Don’t leave the process until the last minute! It’s simple, easy and you ensure that your favorite furry travels comfortably with you.

Before starting to list what you have to do, it is important that you know that the procedure can be done in person (with a prior appointment) or virtually. But, you always have to process a International Veterinary Certificate (CVI) issued by Senasa based on the health requirements of the destination country.

Let’s start:How to process the permit so you can travel from Argentina abroad with your pets? Let’s review, there are five steps, very simple:

Steps to travel with your dog and/or cat outdoors:

The first thing is to find out the requirements that the country you are going to visit has. For that it is necessary to consult the Senada website, here. From the Senate they give advice: you have to verify the validity (in calendar days) of the International Veterinary Certificate issued by Senasa, and the deadlines established for the health requirements of the destination country, to organize the processing times in relation to the trip. It must be taken into account that the health requirements and the validity of the certificates (in calendar days) are established by the destination country.

As second step one has to take a turn because all certifying offices serve with a prior appointment, either obtained by Self-Management (in authorized offices) or by the contacts of the offices that can be consulted in this link. If your option is to obtain an online appointment, you can do so at this link, up to one month before the travel date. Careful! It can only be done in those offices that have this Self-Management service. For that, it is important that you consult here.

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If you are one of those who do not like to take a long time in the procedures, you can register, provide the required information and generate a payment coupon before going to the Senasa office. There you will be able to present the health documentation and obtain the International Veterinary Certificate (CVI) necessary to travel with your pet.

As third step you have to go to a licensed veterinarian to certify compliance with the health requirements requested by the destination country. For example: vaccines, treatments, certificates, etc. To do this, products approved by Senasa in the Argentine Republic must be used.

As fourth step one has to go to the chosen Certifying office to obtain the CVI. Of course, on the day and time of the shift assigned to you. You must bring the original documentation issued by the veterinarian and copies required to obtain the CVI.

It is important that you know that the CVI is issued in the name of the person who is traveling with the dog or cat. In the case of transfers without an escort in the hold, the CVI is issued in the name of the person who will receive it in the destination country.

He last step, is the fifth, and requires only obtaining the CVI. For the day of the trip, do not forget to bring it and add the original Anti-Rabies Vaccine Certificate, which is always kept in the possession of the owner/person responsible.


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