All dogs entering Canada require a microchip. *While cats are not required to have a microchip, we highly recommend microchipping for proper identification.
All dogs and cats entering Canada are required to have a valid rabies vaccination upon import.
Other Vaccinations or treatments
General health vaccinations are recommended for travel to Canada.
Rabies Titer Blood Test
Rabies Titer not required for entry to Canada.
A health check and certificate endorsed by a government veterinarian within ten days of arrival is required for all dogs and cats imported to Canada.
Dogs and cats are exempt from requiring import permits but all other animals are required to receive import permits prior to import.
Pit Bull Terrier's are banned from entering or passing through the Ontario Providence.
There is no quarantine for healthy dogs or cats that are imported to the United States according to proper import regulations.
We recommend you start preparing your dog or cat atleast a month in advance of your planned flight date. Puppies and Kittens may take longer to prepare.
Bringing Pets To Canada? Let Us help You
Terminal4Pets posts up to date information reflecting current regulations for pet import to the countries listed to the best of our ability. Country specific import regulations and policies are updated by government veterinary authorities. Noncompliance with import regulations may result in quarantine of pet, denial of import and return to country of origin or euthanasia.
Terminal4Pets will not be liable due to information posted here. Compliance with all import regulations to the destination country is the sole responsibility of the importer.
We recommend using our Pet Flight Management Service prior to flight to consult with our pet flight specialists and to never take unnecessary risks