MOVING PETS TO CHILE: HOW IS THIS DONE ?
You’re leaving for Chile, but you can’t imagine leaving your dog or cat behind.
To organise your pet’s trip to Chile, you need to adhere to certain rules.
By choosing the PREMIUM package, we can take care of all, or some of these steps for you.
The minimum time period between the start of formalities to be carried out and your pet’s trip is at least two weeks.
VETERINARY PROTOCOL AND ADMINISTRATIVE STEPS REGARDING ANIMAL TRANSPORT TO CHILE
In order to meet Chilean requirements, your dog and/or your cat will need:
- To be identifiable by a microchip (tattoos are not required for importing pets into Chilean territory).
- To have received their rabies booster more than 30 days prior to the departure date, but within a year prior to this date.
- A certificate of good health issued ten days prior to their departure. This document must also be certified and stamped by the Departmental Directorate for Public Protection (the “DDPP“) in your region.
- A rabies vaccine certificate
- Have a European passport
Take note! For animal transportation to Chile, certain documents need to be stamped and legalised by the Chilean Consulate and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs:
- Your pet’s passport (certificate of good health)
- The rabies vaccine certificate issued by your vet in advance.
To get more information about animal relocation to Chile, contact us !
The links below will direct you to websites of the Chilean Consulate, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the DDPP: