The following documents are required to clear customs and quarantine:
1. International health certificate issued in the originating country showing the name, sex, and breed of the pet
2. Vaccination record showing that a rabies shot was given within the preceding 12 months, but not less than 30 days before departure. Cats must be vaccinated against Enteritis (E3) within 12 months of arrival into China. You will need a certificate for Feline Panleucopania, and Feline Respiratory Disease Complex Vaccinations (vaccination certificate)
3. Owner's residential details in China
4. Copy of airway bill (if traveling as cargo)作者: 小Queen 时间: 2009-9-12 02:04
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How to Bring Your Pets with You to China? (Rachel Wilhelm的來信及回覆如下)
Ihave a question. I am considering moving to China, but have two catsthat I wouldn't live without. I am wondering if the article I read onthis website is the most recent information about quarantineregulations. I read that Shanghai has built a government facility wherethe animals are quarantined. I had read elsewhere that you could havethe animals quarantined in your home. This would be my preference. Canyou give me any more up to date information? Are cats still allowed tobe quarantined in your home, or do they have to go to a governmentfacility?
Dear Rachel Wilhelm,
Thankyou for your interest in our website. I don't know which city you areconsidering moving to in China, since each may have differentregulations. However, as you mention Shanghai, I will provide someinformation on moving there.
It is possible to bring your petdog or cat with you to Shanghai. However, usually only one pet peradult passport is allowed. The city's regulations are different fordogs, cats and other animals, but every pet owner needs to file thenecessary paperwork, pay certain fees, and for dogs, register theiranimals with the local police.
You will need to have your pet'shealth certificate approved by your country's appropriate governmentbureau. For the US, pet owners will need a USDA stamp of approval.
The following documents are required to clear customs and quarantine:
1. Internationalhealth certificate issued in the originating country showing the name,sex, and breed of the pet (certified by USDA)
2. Vaccinationrecord showing that a rabies shot was given within the preceding 12months, but not less than 30 days before departure. Cats must bevaccinated against Enteritis (E3) within 12 months of arrival intoChina. You will need a certificate for Feline Panleucopania, and FelineRespiratory Disease Complex Vaccinations (vaccination certificate)
3. Owner's residential details in China
4. Copy of airway bill (if traveling as cargo)
Sincelast July, pets brought into China from overseas have had to undergo a15-30 day quarantine at a special facility set up by the city.
Youwill need to check with your local vet/government department aboutgetting the documentation mentioned above. You may also want to get a(simplified) Chinese translation made of these documents to help whenyou arrive. The local Chinese embassy may be able to help, or providedetails of a translator in your area. Make sure that the translationsare certified copies.
Once you have these, you can bring yourpet. The hard part now is finding an airline that will allow you toship your pet safely.
(China.org.cn April 28, 2004)
How to Bring Your Pets From Abroad
You can bring pets to China as long as you can prove that they are vaccinated and healthy.(Courtesy of outpostbeijing.com) Regulations Youare allowed to bring pets to China as long as you can prove that theyare vaccinated and healthy. In theory, you need to have a Z (resident)visa to bring in your pet. There should be only one pet per Z visaholder (so if you have two cats, for example, make sure that one isregistered in the husband's name and one in the wife's). From personalexperience, we know that it is possible to waive this requirement byusing an agent in the case of a family with two pets and only one Zvisa holder (the employee) at the time of entry.
Deciding whether to bring your pet Bringinga cat or dog to China is quite straightforward provided you get theright documentation sorted out before you come. Bringing a cat issimpler than bringing a dog, as there are fewer rules and regulationsconcerning cats and they do not need to be registered with the Beijingauthorities. If you wish to let your cat have free access to outdoorsyou will have very limited options if you want to live within the city.However, if you choose to live on one of the out-of-town compounds,your cat can run freely outside. There have been a few episodes of catsdisappearing, possibly due to rat poison. There was even a very unusualcase where a dog was taken from a garden and held to ransom!
Anyoneconsidering bringing their dog to Beijing should be aware that,although the paperwork is manageable (albeit expensive), on arrivalthey will find that dogs are not as welcome in China as they are insome other places. Dogs are not permitted on the streets between 6 a.m.and 8 p.m.; this also applies to parks, and all public places.Realistically, therefore, dog-walkers are limited to walking their dogswithin their compound. There is a height restriction for dogs living inBeijing city; only dogs shorter than 35 cm at the shoulder arepermitted within the boundary created by the Wenyu River. Larger dogsare required to live out of town. This means that Beijing Riviera iswithin the restricted area, although many families on the compound dokeep larger dogs and the management office turns a blind eye. However,as you can get away with keeping a larger dog in the city on atemporary basis (i.e. while waiting to sort out permanentaccommodation), some people choose to risk keeping them long term. Beaware that although the authorities seem to be turning a blind eye atpresent, the situation could change at any time. Also remember that toget your dog out of China, you will need the correct papers.
Transportation Checkwith your intended airline as to what rates they apply and what rulesthey have for the carriage of pets. It is important to use anairline-approved pet box. Ensure that you make a reservation for yourpet, as space in the appropriate section of the hold is usuallylimited. It's best to use a Western airline (not a Chinese one) totransport your pet to ensure that conditions in the hold are suitable.Some airlines also allow small pets to travel with you in the cabin.
Manyairlines charge a fixed rate for transporting a pet in the hold as longas the owner is also on board, i.e. it is the same price no matter howfar you travel, but you pay for each flight taken. However, one familyfound that no airline serving Beijing would accept dogs on this basis,and insisted on applying a baggage rate of about 45 euros per kilo forthe dog and its travelling box, which came to about 1800 euros for aGerman shepherd dog with its box. Another family brought cats from theNetherlands on KLM using the excess baggage transfer allowance. AirFrance will allow you to use Air Miles towards the cost.
Deciding whether or not to use an agent Youhave a choice of whether to handle everything yourself or engage anagent to help. The advantage of an agent is that they will ensure thatyou have all the correct documents and will meet you and your animal atthe airport. They will speak to the officials there for you andgenerally smooth the way through the quarantine and import procedures.In theory, this greatly reduces the chance that you will encounter aproblem with bringing in your pet. The disadvantage, however, is thecost, which is considerably higher than handling the arrangementsyourself. Some families have recently brought in pets without the useof an agent and have not encountered problems.
A reliable agent is Sino Santa Fe.
Costs 1. You can find out the costs of transporting your animal directly from your airline.
2. There is a customs fee per animal of RMB1,000.
3. If your pet is quarantined (see below) you will have to pay the boarding costs.
4.Agents charge around RMB4,000 (US$500) per pet, inclusive of thecustoms fee and transport for you and your pet from the airport. Thisis payable in advance. If you have not paid in advance then you areadvised to have the money in US$ ready to hand over to avoid delays atthe airport.
5. For dogs, there is a registration fee whichconsists of an initial amount of RMB1,000 and an annual renewal fee ofRMB200 (recently reduced from RMB5,000 and RMB 2,000 respectively)
Plant and quarantine office Ifyou choose not to use an agent, you will need to get the applicationform for importing your animal yourself. The address for this is:
Administrationof Entry and Exit Inspection and Quarantine of the People's Republic ofChina, A10 ChaoYangMenWaiDaJie, Beijing 100020. Tel. 6599 4600.
Quarantine Thereis an official quarantine period of 45 days. If the owner signs anagreement to keep the pet indoors for this period, then officialquarantine is usually not demanded. We have not heard of any pet beingkept for the quarantine, but if it does happen, you will have to payfor the costs of boarding your pet. We are not sure what the conditionsare like for pets, and you will obviously want to avoid your animalbeing taken into quarantine if at all possible. We are told that theuse of an agent greatly minimises the risk that the pet will bequarantined. However, in our experience it appears that this rarelyoccurs whether you use an agent or not.
Documentation You will need the following documentation for your pet:
1.Vaccination certificate(s) certifying that your pet has been vaccinatedagainst rabies and other common illnesses (e.g. cat flu, felineencephalitis) within one year prior to the date of entry. The rabiescertificate should be separate from any vaccination book you may have,and will be retained by the Chinese officials.
2. Healthcertificate issued by the vet in the country from which you aretravelling. There is no particular form, just confirmation that yourpet is in good health. The certificate should be issued no sooner thantwo weeks in advance of your pet's arrival in China. It should includename of pet, type of pet (dog/cat and breed), age, weight (and heightfor dogs), gender, plus a general declaration that the pet isvaccinated and in good health.
3. Photo clearly showing the animal's size (photograph beside a ruler).
4. A letter from the management of the residence in which you intend to live, stating that the pet may live there.
5. A letter from your company stating that the employee is employed there.
6. A copy of your passport (one passport per pet).
Arrival Onarrival you should take your pet, fee, and certificates to the Plantand Quarantine office at the airport (if you are using an agent, theywill meet you and take you to the office). The officials will keep thehealth and rabies certificates (but not the vaccination book), so makesure you have copies. The office is located between the baggagecollection and the exit. If you are not using an agent then ask yourairline to notify this office in advance that you will be arriving withyour pet to ensure that there is someone at the office.
Registration of dogs Itis a requirement to register your dog with the local police of yourplace of residence within a month of arrival. In practice, most peopleare still in temporary accommodation beyond the first month, soregistration inevitably gets delayed. As long as you keep your dogwithin the compound, it is unlikely to attract police attention. Itappears that not all dogs are registered, but the police are becomingless tolerant of expats claiming ignorance. If you want to take yourdog with you when you leave China, then you must get it registered. Theregistration fee has recently been reduced to RMB1,000 for first-timeregistrations, and RMB200 for annual renewal thereafter. The penaltyfor non-registration is said to be a RMB2,000 fine plus confiscation ofthe pet, although we have never heard of this happening.
The address for registering dogs is:
Foreign Affairs Division of the Public Security Bureau, 2 Angdingmen Dongdajie. Tel. 8401 5292.
Youneed to take your dog, import certificate, two photos of the dog, aletter from your employer requesting registration of the dog andstating that the owner is an employee of the company, your official IDcard, and the fee to the above address. Alternatively, the relevantauthorities seem to make an annual "registration" visit to the largercompounds where many dogs are kept, and this is a much simpler way toget your dog registered. The registration sessions are open to compoundresidents and non-residents alike.
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