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JUS GORJUS | GORJUS ELOPEMENTS | NORTHERN CALIFORNIA

Taking Pets Overseas

  • Many countries have strict health, quarantine, agriculture, wildlife, and customs requirements or prohibitions for pets. 

  • If you decide to take your pet abroad, check with the Embassies of the countries you will be going to for any specific requirements they may have.

  • CRISIS:  In the event of a crisis involving a U.S. government coordinated evacuation, we are generally not able to provide transportation assistance for your pets. For more information, please select 'crises'.

  • CONTACT the U.S. embassy or consulate of your destination country for information on possible restrictions and cultural norms about service animals.

  • FOUND OUT about any quarantine, vaccination, and documentation requirements.

  • CHECK websites such as Mobility International USA to find overseas disability organizations.

  • TALK WITH YOUR VET about tips for traveling with your service animalrights and social service. 

  • MAKE SURE your hotel will accommodate your service animal.

Enroll in the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) to receive security messages and make it easier for the U.S. embassy or consulate to help in an emergency.  

NOTE:  INFORMATION CONTAINED ON THIS PAGE CAN BE FOUND ON THE US DEPARTMENT OF STATE - BUREAU OF CONSULAR AFFAIRS WEBSITE