Chile pet entry regulations:
ENTERING CHILE WITH PETS:
According to Rule N° 1689 issued by the Quarantine Service of Chile (Servicio Agricola y Ganadero: www.sag.gob.cl ), dated September 16, 1992, cats and dogs entering Chile from the United States must comply with the following:
o The pet has undergone, within 15 days of traveling, a clinical examination where it is established that the pet is free from communicable diseases.
o The pet has been vaccinated against rabies between 1 and 12 months preceding embarkation to Chile.
o The pet has undergone both an internal and external anti parasites treatment.
o At the time of embarkation, the pet does not present any signs of communicable diseases;
o The pet must arrive with a certificate issued by a veterinarian accrediting the following:
o Compliance with the sanitary requirements set out above
o Name, race and age of the pet
o It should indicate also the consignee’s name as well as the transportation means used to arrive into Chile
o A reference to the date of the anti rabies vaccination, indicating the serial number of the vaccine as well as the number of the certificate of quality control.
o The certificate must bear the name, signature and license number of the veterinarian.
For additional information please contact SAG (www.sag.gob.cl).
Source: Chile Embassy, Washington, D.C.