The animals must be accompanied by a Canadian International
Certificate of Health examination for Small Animals
issued and signed by a licensed veterinarian. The
certificate shall contain the name and address of
the owner, and complete identification of the animal
(name, breed, sex and age). In addition the certificate
shall show that:
The animal(s) was examined within 7 days prior
to departure and found to be free of any infectious
B) Carre Disease
D) Leukemia Feline
The rabies vaccination certificate, which
should include date of vaccination, product name
and serial number, must accompany the health certificate.
The animal was examined for any external or internal
diseases within 7 days of departure.
The health certificate must be dated and signed
with a print name by a licensed veterinarian.
The veterinarian’s license number must appear
on the health certificate. And it needs to be
endorsed by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.
Consular certification is not required. You must
present the certificate upon arrival the Peruvian
customs, a fee of $106.60 nuevos soles (Peruvian
national currency) will be required.
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