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China Pet Transport | Move One Inc.
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View all China-related articles Contact Move One China China – Beijing: Zhubang 2000 Business Center, No. 99 Building, Room 1208, 99 Xili Balizhuang, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100025,P.R.China China – Shanghai: Guo-Li Plaza 1465 Beijing Road West Room 1208 Shanghai 200040 P.R.China China-Tianjin:No. 8 Xiamen Road Hexi District Tianjin P.R.China More information on China (opens in new window/tab) Before deciding to import your pet or buy one in China, there are several factors you may want to consider. The first thing to bear in mind is that only dogs and cats are allowed to be imported into China, with some cities strictly banning pet imports altogether. Secondly, customs regulations differfrom city to city and in time, it is therefore advisable to ensure you are up-to-date with current regulations prior to bringing your pet into China. And last but not least, only one dog or cat per adult is allowed to be imported into China, with a maximum of two pets per family. To import your dog or cat as ACCOMPANIED baggage you will need…

ACCOMPANIED baggage you will need… Owners mustenter into China with a valid visa: ‘Z-type’ visa (NOT tourist status) Customs Declaration Form for Incoming Passengers (distributed in the airplane). Tick ‘Yes’ at column No. 13 to inform Customs at the ‘Red’ passage upon arrival that you have a pet as accompanied baggage. Pet Rabies Veterinarian Certificate (made under your name as the owner) endorsed by a government vet or official quarantine bureauat origin. Vaccinations should be done within the last 12 months but not less than 30 days before the import date. Pet Health Certificate (made under your name as the owner) valid for not less than 15 days prior to the import date and endorsed by a government vet at origin. NOTE: Following Customs clearance, your pet will be kept for Quarantine Clearance and inspection for a minimum period of 30days (depending on the point of entry). To import your dog or cat as UNACCOMPANIED baggage (cargo) you will need…. Owner’s passport with valid Residence Permit valid for 1 year and an entry record within the preceding 3 months. Owner’s original Working Permit valid for 1 year. Customs Declaration Form for Incoming Passengers (distributed in the airplane). Tick ‘Yes’ at column No. 16 to informCustoms at the ‘Red’ passage upon arrival that you have a pet coming as Unaccompanied Baggage. The stamped form will certify that you made the declaration upon entry for future clearance arrangements. Pet Rabies Veterinarian Certificate (made under your name as the owner) endorsed by a government vet or official quarantine bureau at origin. Vaccinations should be done within the last 12 months but not lessthan 30 days before the import date. Pet Health Certificate (made under your name as the owner) valid for not less than 15 days prior to the import date and endorsed by a government vet at origin. Related documents and air waybill showing your name, as on your passport, as the owner.

NOTE: Following Customs clearance, your pet will be kept for Quarantine Clearance and inspection for a minimumperiod of 30 days (depending on the point of entry). Avoid having your pet arrive after 2 pm , over the weekend or on public holidays as the Quarantine officers may not be available, leaving your pet possibly unattended. Current regulations require that the owner’s entry date must be within 14 calendar days prior to the import date of the pet. Useful information… Keeping a pet in the larger citiesis not always easy. But do not let this be a put off about getting a pet once you arrive or importing your furry friend to China. Depending on the city you live in, you may also need to purchase a license to keep a pet. But do not worry; this is very easy and in no way a barrier. In Shanghai, for instance, a dog license will cost you 1000 RMB per year ($150). But although there are various laws in...
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