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Are you travelling to Bolivia with your pet? As soon as you know when you are traveling, talk to your local veterinarian.  He or she can help you work through the pet export process.  This can involve getting a health certificate, updating vaccinations, completing disease testing, and having your paperwork reviewed and endorsed by APHIS.  Visit http://www.aphis.usda.gov/ for office locations and more information. 

IMPORT HEALTH REQUIREMENTS OF BOLIVIA FOR DOGS AND CATS FROM THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

1. The animals must be accompanied by a health certificate (APHIS Form 7001) issued by An accredited veterinarian. Health certificates must be issued within 3 months prior to arrival.

2. The certificate must include the complete identification of the animal, including breed, sex and age, owner's name and address, address at destination, date of rabies vaccination and product used, and any other vaccines that were given.

3. The certificate does need to be endorsed by Veterinary Services and must be legalized at a Bolivian Consulate for a fee.

Fee: $50.00

 

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Jurisdiction of the Consulate General of Bolivia in Washington, D.C.

Processing by Mail

You can complete the process by mail. Payment must be sent in Money Order payable to the Consulate of Bolivia.

We recommend using a reliable, certified or express courrier mail service. Package should include a return pre-paid envelope with the correct return address.

Shipping and returns costs are covered by the applicant. The Consulate is not responsible for lost or damaged documents outside the office or during transit.

1825 Connecticut Avenue N.W. Suite 200C

Washington, DC 20009

Tel: (202) 232-4827 / 4828

Fax: (202) 232-8017

M-F: 9:00am - 3:00pm