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Last updateFri, 09 Nov 2018 11am

New program to make traveling to Mexico with pets easier

Mexico’s National Health, Inoculation and Agricultural Quality Service (SENASICA) has initiated a program making it easier for pet owners to travel with their (most commonly) hirsute companions. 

The program is called Programa Mascota Viajero Frecuente, which translates to Frequent Traveler Program for Pets.

To participate in the program, which is free of charge, register at an Agricultural Health Inspection Office in one of the following cities: Cancun, Guadalajara, Queretaro, Zihuatanejo, Toluca and Mazatlan.  To qualify, your pet must have up-to-date rabies shots and protection against ecto and endoparasites.

Registration is valid for six months, during which you will not be asked for health certificates, or any other pet related rigamarole, thus streamlining your flight experience and minimizing little Spot’s stress levels.

See gob.mx/senasica/documentos/programa-mascota-viajero-frecuente for details.

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