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ARRIVAL SERVICES CANADA


We are delighted to offer import handling services at the following major Canadian Airports: Vancouver International, Calgary International, Toronto Pearson International, and Edmonton International.

We can provide the following pet arrival services:

  • Canada customs clearance
  • Collection upon arrival
  • Transfer and/or onward travel by air
  • Boarding (if you require additional time before receiving your pet)
  • Delivery to your door

 

Are You in Canada Temporarily?


Jurisdiction entry requirements for dogs and cats can change without notice. However, we generally recommend the following to mitigate unforeseen costs and delays when travelling, including within North America:

  • Plan ahead; look into requirements for the country you are planning to travel to with your pet at least one year before your anticipated travel date.
  • Ensure your pet has a readable microchip.
  • Ensure your pet has a current rabies vaccination, given post microchip implantation. Most jurisdictions require rabies vaccinations to have been completed at least 30 days prior to arrival but within the last year.
  • Ensure your pet’s standard vaccinations are up to date, including for Bordetella.

If you are returning to one of the following destinations, please follow these additional requirements:

 

Australia

Your pet will require an ISO microchip and a rabies vaccination, followed by a FAVN rabies Titre test. Australia only recognizes one-year rabies vaccinations, so be sure not to let your rabies vaccination lapse.

Brazil

Vaccinate your pet with a rabies vaccine at least 21 days prior to travel.

China

Please note that China has a “one pet per passport” policy. Also, depending on the arrival airport, your pet may be required to arrive within a certain amount of time after your arrival. Please contact us regarding specifics.

The EU

Pets must have a microchip implant, followed by a rabies vaccination. Pets may enter the E.U 21 days after the rabies jab.

Hong Kong

Your pet must be at least 5 months of age to enter Hong Kong. Pets entering Hong Kong will require a microchip, rabies vaccination and standard vaccinations. Hong Kong only accepts one-year vaccinations.

Japan

Vaccinate your pet with a rabies vaccine twice (a minimum of 31 days apart), and know that your pet requires the FAVN rabies titer blood test at least 180 days prior to your planned arrival date.

New Zealand

Your pet will require an ISO microchip and a rabies vaccination, followed by a FAVN rabies Titre test. New Zealand only recognizes one-year rabies vaccinations, so be sure not to let your rabies vaccination lapse.

South Korea

Your pet requires the FAVN rabies titer blood test and can travel immediately after receiving the test results. However, it can take several weeks to receive the results, so allow for longer preparation time of travel.

Singapore

Your pet requires the FAVN rabies titer blood test at least 30 days (but no more than 6 months) prior to export. Upon arrival, your pet will be quarantined for 10 or 30 days, depending on the timing and number of its rabies vaccinations. Please contact us regarding specifics.

Taiwan

Your pet requires the FAVN rabies titer blood test at least 180 days prior to your planned arrival date.

Thailand

Vaccinate your pet with a rabies vaccine at least 21 days but not more than 1 year prior to travel.

The UAE

Your pet requires the FAVN rabies titer blood test at least 12 weeks prior to your planned arrival date.

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