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Importing of pets into China can be a hassle if you are unfamiliar with local regulation. The Globy Pet Relocation is the only company that can offer door to door service for owners who wish to relocate their pets from overseas destinations into China. For more info, Please contact us eric@globypetrelo.com.
Documents required to clear the customs:
China Import Regulations.
1. Pet Microchip
To enter China, your pet should be chipped with a 15 digit, ISO 11784/11785-compliant pet microchip. If your pet's microchip is not ISO compliant, you can bring your own microchip scanner that can read your pet's microchip.
2.Vaccinations
A vaccination card/certificate is required for each pet, clearly displaying your pet's current rabies vaccination, including the vaccine's manufacturer, batch number and expiration. The rabies vaccination should be inactivated virus vaccine or improved vaccine or recombinant vaccine not live-virus vaccine.
3.Rabies Titer Test
China does not require a rabies titer test (FAVN) for pets entering from any country; however, beginning on May 1, 2019, pets entering China from countries not listed in step #5 can avoid quarantine if they are chipped, vaccinated twice for rabies, then a rabies titer test is done and the sample is processed at an approved lab. The titer test is valid for 12 months after the blood is drawn for the test. All other requirements must be met and your pet must pass inspection. Pets entering China from the designated countries listed in step #5 do not need a rabies titer test to avoid quarantine.
4.Health Certificate
The Veterinary Certificate for China must be completed within 14 days of entry and stamped (endorsed) by the government of the exporting country responsible for the import and export of animals.
5.Quarantine - New Rules
*Effective on May 1, 2019, pets that pass inspection and have conformed to all requirements including microchip entering China from these countries will not be subject to quarantine. Designated countries are New Zealand, Australia, Fiji, French Polynesia, Hawaii, Guam, Jamaica, Iceland, United Kingdom, Ireland, Liechtenstein, Cyprus, Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland, Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong and Macao. Starting May 1, 2019, cats and dogs entering China from any non-designated country may avoid quarantine by being microchipped (see step #1), having 2 rabies vaccinations, and getting a rabies titer test prior to entry. The titer test can be administered at the same time the second rabies vaccination is administered or at a later date. Results must be greater than 0.5 iu/ml.
The test is valid for 12 months after it is administered. Boosters should be administered after the test prior to the expiration of previous vaccinations.
The rabies vaccination should be valid when pets into China.
The second rabies vaccination should be administered prior to the expiration of the first rabies vaccination.
Pets entering Shanghai / Beijing from non-designated countries without a microchip and titer test will serve 30 days of quarantine in a government facility.
Pets that will be subject to quarantine must enter China at the following locations:
Pets that will be subject to quarantine must enter China at the following locations:
  • • Beijing Airport
  • Beijing West Railway Station
  • Shanghai Airports (Hongqlao, Pudong)
  • Shanghai Train Station
  • Shanghai International Passenger Transport Center
  • Urumqi Diwopu International Airport
  • Alashankou (land post)
  • Guangzhou Airport
All domestic dogs and cats must be free of evidence of disease communicable to humans when examined at the port of entry to China. If your dog or cat is not in apparent good health, further examination by a licensed veterinarian may be required at your expense.
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