Bringing Pets to Thailand

Bringing Pets to Thailand

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 REQUIREMENTS FOR THE IMPORTATION OF

 

DOGS AND CATS INTO THE KINGDOM OF THAILAND
 

 

Authority responsible for importation of animals
Bureau of Disease Control and Veterinary Services, Department of Livestock Development
Address: Phayathai road, Ratchtavee, 10400 Bangkok, Thailand
Phone:. +66-2-653-4550 ext. 4175
Fax: +66-2-653-4929
Email: [email protected]
 
For more details and required documents, please contact
The Suvarnabhumi Airport Animal Quarantine Station
Tel: +66 (0)2 653 4444 ext. 4174, 4175, 4177-4179
Email: [email protected]
 

Contact Information:

*  Animal Quarantine Station at Suvarnnabhumi Airport’s Contact Information:

For those who travel with pets and seek to pass them through Thailand:
Please contact: Animal Quarantine Station (Port of Entry)
Tel+(662) 134-0636 Business Hours: 24 hrs daily

For those who wish to import/export pets to Thailand:
Please contact: Animal Quarantine Station (Cargo Terminal :Free Zone Area ,CE 1 Building )
Tel+(662) 134-7031 Business Hours:  8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

E-mail: [email protected]

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Below a quote of an instruction made by Bureau of Disease Control and Veterinary Services of Thailand. Please see updated information from http://www.dld.go.th/webenglish/movec1.html
 
Note Web links for the Thai Department of Livestock Development are not working.  We sent an e-mail message in this regard and hopefully the information will be available soon.  Meanwhile, you can find the basic information on the web site of the Royal Thai Consulate Chicago.

 

1) A health certificate in English, signed or further endorsed by a full-time authorized veterinary official of the government of the exporting country, if it is previously acknowledged by a veterinary surgeon, stating :-

1.1) number and species ,
1.2) breed, sex, age and color or animal identification,
1.3) name and address of the owner OR the kennel of origin,
1.4) certification of condition items (2) to (5).

2) The animals must come from an area where animal diseases are under control. They are found to be healthy, free from signs of any infectious and contagious diseases including ectoparasitism at the time of export and fit to travel.

3) The country has been free from Rabies for at least the past 12 (twelve) months OR the animals are vaccinated against Rabies with an official approved vaccine not less than 21 (twenty- one) days prior to the departure.

4) EITHER a) The dog is vaccinated against Leptospirosis at least 21(twenty-one) days preceding departure.
OR b) The dog is subjected to a test for Leptospirosis with negative result during the 30 (thirty) days prior to the departure.

5) The animals shall be vaccinated against other significant infectious or contagious diseases i.e. Distemper, Hepatitis, and Parvovirus, with an official approved vaccine at least 21 (twenty-one) days prior to the departure.

6) The animals must be conveyed in nose-and-paw proof crates designed to avoid any risk of injury or unnecessary suffering.

7) The animals are not allowed to expose to other animals if they have to be landed in transit at any approved intermediate port. They shall not be allowed to leave precinct of the port except to an officially approved transit quarantine area.

8) The animals are subjected to quarantine at approved premises for a period of at least 30 (thirty) days upon arrival during which they shall be submitted to tests and/or treatments deemed necessary. The importer/owner shall be fully charged for the incurred expenses.

9) Failure to follow the import procedures may result in returning the animals to the country of origin or destroying without compensation.