Can I bring my pet to China if they have had previous or current health issues?

Yes, you can bring your pet to China even if they have had previous or current health issues. However, there are specific requirements and restrictions that you need to follow.

Firstly, you will need to ensure that your pet is up-to-date with its vaccinations, including rabies. The rabies vaccination should have been administered at least 30 days prior to entry into China, but not more than 12 months before arrival.

Additionally, you will need to obtain an official veterinary health certificate from a licensed veterinarian in your home country. This certificate should declare that your pet is healthy and free from any contagious diseases. The health certificate must be issued within 14 days of travel to China.

It is also recommended to contact the Chinese embassy or consulate in your country to inquire about any specific requirements or additional documents that may be necessary for pets with a medical history.

Please note that guide dogs for visually impaired individuals are exempt from certain restrictions and may have different procedures.

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