3rd Party Link: http://www.mexperience.com/living/bringing-pets-to-mexico.php
When Service Animal Institute called different US airline staff, it was given vague information and a website to visit. But the website required a password only available to airlines staff. Here is what was apparently pasted from the site:
- Cats and dogs require a veterinary health certificate (the
original and a copy), which specifies:
-name and address of person responsible for the pet, and
-that pet was clinically healthy during prior to departure
-date and validity of rabies vaccination, (exempt are pets
younger than 3 months), or
-a Rabies Vaccination Certificate (the original and a copy).
Exempt from presenting a veterinary health certificate are
pets which originally departed from Mexico and that have a
Certificado Zoosanitario de Exportacion (CZE). Pets are
subject to veterinary control upon arrival. For detailed
information, please refer to: www.senasica.gob.mx
It appears Mexico does not offer special rights to owners of service dogs (or so we read on the web).
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