- Present a health certificate issued by the official health authority of the country of origin of the pet, in Spanish and in the official language of the country of origin which has a maximum duration of 10 calendar days.
- The certificate must state that:
- The animal was subject to a clinical examination by a veterinarian within 10 days prior to departure, in which he/she states that the animal is free from communicable and parasitic infectious diseases.
- The animal was vaccinated against rabies at least one month and a maximum of 12 months prior to departure or a test was performed for antibodies against the rabies virus, between three and 24 months before the trip.
- The animal received an external and internal deworming of broad spectrum within 30 days prior to departure. The active ingredient of the antiparasitic applied, dosage and date of application must be indicated.
ATTENTION! In the case of puppies, kittens and kits (baby ferrets) less than 60 days old, that do not have proof of rabies vaccination, they may enter the country only if they have a certificate/proof of evaluation of neutralizing antibodies against the rabies virus (minimum of 0.5 IU / ml). This information must be contained and duly accredited to the official health certificate.
In addition, the certificate must include:
- Owner's information.
- Pet's information (vaccination, tests and treatments).
- Address of stay while in Chile.