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Pets to Bring into Grenada

The Government of Grenada will permit entry of pets with proper documentation, including a health certificate and proof of recent inoculation against rabies. The health certificate should state that the animal is free from infectious diseases and rabies. You must first obtain a permit to bring your pet into Grenada from the Chief Veterinary Officer of Grenada.

Cats be vaccinated against rabies, feline-rhinotracheitis, feline infectious-peritonitis, and calicivirus. Dogs must be vaccinated against rabies, distemper, hepatitis, leptospirosis, parvovirus, parainfluenza. The rabies vaccination must take place within 6 weeks prior to arrival and the traveller must attach the rabies certificate to the veterinary certificate.

Your veterinarian will then complete the veterinary certificate for Grenada.

You must notify the chief veterinary officer in advance of your date and time of arrival so that he can meet you at the point of entry.

Both Trinidad and Barbados have strict laws governing pets other than those from Great Britain and Ireland. Pets being shipped to Grenada may transit overnight in Trinidad, which has a clean, well-run quarantine station and appropriate airport facilities. If possible, transport pets as accompanying baggage rather than airfreight, since customs clearances are easier. The pet must arrive in an escape-proof cage. Dogs must be accompanied by a collar and leash.





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