Requirements for Pet relocation to Nigeria
Age of Animal
The animal has to be 7 months or older in order to travel to Nigeria, they have to have their own Rabies vaccination that they can receive at 3 months ( 12 weeks of age ) and their own Rabies Titre blood test that has to be at least 92 days old before travel.
Pets must be microchipped; the microchip must be either implanted before the Rabies vaccination or with the Rabies vaccination.
Pets must have a Rabies vaccination that is older than 31 days, but not older than one year. Yearly booster vaccinations is required to keep the previous vaccination up to date.
Rabies Neutralising Antibody Titre Test
The Rabies Titre blood test can be done 31 days following a microchip and rabies vaccination. A blood sample must be collected from the dog or cat and must be send through to Onderstepoort for testing. The blood test must be between 92 days (3 months) and 730 days (24 months) old before export.
Normal Canine and Feline Vaccinations
Annual vaccinations are required.
Canine Distemper, Infectious Canine Hepatitis, and Canine Parvovirosis
Feline Panleucopaenia (Infectious Enteritis), Feline Respiratory Disease Complex (Cat Flu)
Treatment for internal and external parasites.
The pets must be accompanied by a health certificate issued by a private veterinarian certifying compliance with the above requirements and this Health Certificate must be stamped & signed by the SA State Vet. The Health certificate must be done within 48 hours of travel.
Import Permit is required.
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