Here’s the USDA APHIS official weblink for requirements for bringing US pets into Mexico: Consider ‘Option B’ …
Public Service Announcement:
Our helpful readers continue to update us all on what rule enforcement changes are taking place around Mexico.
“New Enforcement of Regulation re: Bringing Dogs into Mexico via Air
Airport officials at the airport in Puerto Vallarta are enforcing a regulation requiring dogs ( not sure about cats) require the following:
PRIOR to arrival, your dog must have be treated against internal and external parasites by a licensed veterinarian and the products used must be reflected on the health certificate.
Dogs must also have been treated for ticks shortly prior to entering the country. ”
This seems pretty self explanatory.
We’d appreciate hearing from readers if this change is being enforced nationwide.
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