When traveling with your pet internationally, there are health requirements specific to each country. Regulations can cause confusion and ultimately delay transportation if they are not met to the country’s specifications. Almost every country has different laws for entering with pets whether by ground or air.
In order to transport your pet to Aruba, there are specific requirements that must be met. Starting with making sure that your pet has a microchip that is ISO compliant. If your pet is over 3 months old, they must also have a rabies vaccination that is up to date and given at least 1 month prior to travel. Another requirement is that your pet must have been born or have lived in the United States for at least the last 6 months before transport. Finally, your pet must have a USDA Health Certificate that has been signed and endorsed by the USDA APHIS office no more than 2 weeks prior to transport.
- Rabies Vaccination
- Residence Requirement
- USDA Health Certificate and Endorsement
Air Pet Transport to Aruba
Airlines have their own regulations for transport. A health certificate may be required for transport even though it is not a regulation that Iraq has for imports. These regulations may also differ depending on which airline is being used for transport for your pet.
How ATW can Help
Animal Transportation Worldwide is a leader in Pet Transportation. We are here to help you safely and efficiently transport your pet both domestically and internationally. We offer both ground and air transport all around the world for your pets! When it comes to booking your pet’s international travel, regulations and guidelines must be met. From booking flights, door to door transport, and even helping with paperwork, our team can help make your pets move smoothly.FacebookTwitterEmailShare