Relocating Pets to Uruguay
Uruguay is a South American country known for its verdant interior and beach-lined coast. Uruguay is a nice place to spend time. It's a small food producing country, which offers a variety of pleasant lifestyle options. This small South American country still has lots of beautiful, pristine coastal destinations for sun lovers, with plenty of waterfront promenades, resorts, and boating areas.
Uruguay is also a pet friendly country to travel to with your four legged companion. While relocating with pets, it is important to keep the following things in mind-
- The first step is to microchip your pet with a 15 digit ISO compliant pet microchip.
- While a rabies titer test is not mandatory, All pets must be vaccinated for rabies between 30 days and 12 months prior to entering the country.
- Dogs must have a negative test report for Leishmania.
- A licensed veterinarian must complete the Veterinary Certificate for Uruguay within 10 days of travel. The form must also be translated into Spanish.
- Pets must be treated against internal and external parasites within 15 days of entry. Dogs must also have a tapeworm treatment between 72 hours and 30 days of travel.
- Pets entering via air should do so at Carrasco International Airport in Montevideo. Notice should be given to veterinary officials so they will be available to inspect your pet upon landing if you are arriving out of normal business hours.
- Uruguay does not publish a list of banned breeds.
As you start planning your trip overseas, you should consider hiring professional assistance to make your pet’s relocation safe, smooth and hassle-free. AirPets relocates hundreds of pets every year to and from India and is very thorough with its process. You can get in touch with us at +91-9257-123-123 or write to [email protected] for a professional consultation.