Requirements for Pet relocation to Ghana
Age Of Animal
The animal has to be 4 months or older in order to travel to Ghana.
Pets must be micro chipped, the microchip must be either implanted before the Rabies vaccination or with the rabies vaccination.
Pets must have a Rabies vaccination that has been given when the pet was at least 3 months old. The rabies vaccination has to be older than 31 days, but not older than 6 months
Normal Canine and Feline vaccinations
Annual vaccinations are required and have to be older than 14 days and not older than 1 year on arrival.
Canine Distemper, Hepatitis, Parvovirus, Leptospira canicola and Leptospira icterohaemorrhagiae, Parainfluenza & Corona virus
Feline Panleukopenia (enteritis/feline Distemper), Feline Rhinotracheitis, Feline Calicivirus
Blood Tests required to apply for Import Permit
All Importers of dogs into Ghana are required to provide negative test results of the following diseases before an import permit would be issued.
Disease Test Required
1. Brucella Canis Serum Agglutination/Giemsa smear
2. Trypanosoma Evansi Card Agglutination/Giemsa smear
3. Babesia Gibsoni Giemsa smear
4. Dirofilaria immitis Microfilaria filtration test
5. Leishmaniaspps. Indirect Fluorescent antibody test or
ELISA or Direct Agglutination test.
Importers should note that a permit would only be issued if all the test results are negative.
Health Certificate (Valid for 10 days)
The pets have to 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 10 days of travel.
Our clients will be supplied with the correct & filled in Heath Certificate.
Import Permit is required and valid for 4 weeks from date of issue.
Ready to relocate your pet?
Get in touch with Talbot Pets International today. We will gladly take care of your furry loved ones and ensure they meet you wherever you are traveling in the world.