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Morocco - Taking Your Pets
Foreigners may bring pets along with them to Morocco, and the process for doing so is relatively easy. Your pet must receive a rabies vaccination more than 30 days before traveling. Additionally, you must obtain a certificate of your pet’s current health, current shots, and notation that it is parasite free from a licensed veterinarian. The certificate must be sent to the department of agriculture, or equivalent in other countries to be certified with a stamp. Once certified, the certificate must then be sent to the Moroccan Consulate in the home country for certification. A $33 fee and self-addressed envelope should accompany the request. As long as you have the necessary paperwork from the Moroccan Consulate healthy pets will not be quarantined, nor are import licenses required. Morocco is not part of the Pet Travel Scheme, so it is important for pet owners to take necessary identification precautions for their pet. Once in Morocco, foreigners do not need to obtain any additional licenses for pets.
For more information about pets in Morocco, it is important to check with the Moroccan Consulate in home countries for further information about bringing pets into the country.
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