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Brazil - Taking Your Pets


Domestic pets (dogs, cats or domesticated birds) being brought to Brazil are required to have a health certificate issued within 4 days of travel, endorsed by the Brazilian consulate in your home country.

Dogs and cats over three months old must be vaccinated against rabies at least 30 days but no more than 12 months before export to Brazil. The vaccination certificate (Form EXA25) must be endorsed by the Brazilian Consulate General in your home country

There are no requirements for quarantine of pets on arrival in Brazil.

There is good quality veterinary care and pet supplies available in Brazil's main urban areas.


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