How to get an International Veterinary Certificate for traveling with pets abroad?

How to get an International Veterinary Certificate for traveling with pets abroad?

If you are planning to travel abroad from Argentina with your dog or cat, it is important to remember that there are a number of steps to obtaining the International Certificate of Veterinary Medicine (CVI). Going to the offices of the National Agri-Food Health and Quality Service (Senasa) to obtain this certification is one of them, but it is obtained by the self-management only by contacting our offices on the day and time of the assigned shift, via email or telephone. – with all necessary documents.

In other words, subscribers in Pago Fácil/Rapipago with the identity or passport of the responsible person (original and photocopies) and 2 (two) coupons generated by the platform for this if operated by the self-government, with the conditions requested by the country of destination. Note that the CVI is issued in the name of the person traveling with the cat or dog, and in the case of an unaccompanied transfer in baggage, the CVI is issued in the name of the person who will receive it. country to go.

In the case of pets traveling in the presence of minors, it should be noted that the CVI must be issued on behalf of both the minor and the responsible person who will collect the pet at the destination.

You are also reminded that to present these documents you must have previously applied to the requirements of the country of destination and fulfilled them through a private veterinarian who has prepared the documents Senasa needs to carry out the CVI (vaccinations). , treatments, certificates, etc.). It is important to emphasize that it is not necessary to go to the pet on the day of the shift.

For destinations that require electronic identification, the implanted microchip must be confirmed to be readable, thus avoiding inconvenience during boarding or entering the country of destination.

For example, if the country of destination requires a microchip, you may choose to present a certificate that a microchip has been read stating the owner’s name, the animal’s data, and the number of the electronic device. Or, if you prefer, you can return with the pet to verify the device.
You can also refer to the cost of issuing an International Certificate of Veterinary Medicine.

Finally, note that if the journey departs from Ezeiza or Aeroparque international airport, you must go to the Senasa office at these locations prior to check-in so that your pet’s boarding permit can be issued.

For information on the procedure in these offices, you should contact and respectively.
You can also contact our channels directly for a specific query, we will give you a response:
• Email:
online form
•Web site
•WhatsApp: 1135859810

Except for Uruguayan dogs. For this destination, electronic ID is sufficient without the need to go and read.

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