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FAQ / Can I take my dog with me on vacation to Canada?

U.S. citizens traveling to Mexico with dogs or cats must present the following certificates at the border:

A pet health certificate signed by a registered veterinarian in the United States and issued not within 72 hours before the animal enters Mexico
A pet vaccination certificate showing that the animal has been treated for rabies, hepatitis, pip and leptospirosis.

U.S. citizens traveling to Mexico may bring pet birds, but it is advisable to leave your pet bird(s) at home. Please note: U.S. citizens have encountered difficulty returning to the U.S. with pet birds.

Certification by Mexican consular authorities is not required for the health or vaccination certificate. There is no quarantine for healthy pets.

A permit fee for transporting animals is charged at the time of entry into Mexico.



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