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Maria Johnson
• Monday, 17 May, 2021
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To process some health certificates, VE HCS may need the USDA Accredited Veterinarian to upload the completed fillable PDF version found below. Either save a copy of the PDF below, or return to this page for the health certificate, if prompted by VE HCS.

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NOTE: The printed paper endorsed health certificate must accompany each shipment. USDA Accredited Veterinarians can print the health certificate from VE HCS once it is endorsed.

We recommend you contact animal health officials from the country you are traveling to for more information. For dogs, cats and ferrets traveling, it is also recommended that you have proof of current rabies vaccination.

Contact your local APHID -VS Service Office --Select State--AlabamaAlaskaAmerican-SamoaArizonaArkansasCaliforniaColoradoConnecticutDelawareDistrict-of-ColumbiaFloridaGeorgiaGuamHawaiiIdahoIllinoisIndianaIowaKansasKentuckyLouisianaMaineMarylandMassachusettsMichiganMinnesotaMississippiMissouriMontanaNebraskaNevadaNew-HampshireNew-JerseyNew-MexicoNew-YorkNorth-CarolinaNorth-DakotaNorthern-Mariana-IslandsOhioOklahomaOregonPennsylvaniaPuerto-RicoRhode-IslandSouth-CarolinaSouth-DakotaTennesseeTexasUtahVermontVirginiaWashingtonWest-VirginiaWisconsinWyoming To process some health certificates, VE HCS may need the USDA Accredited Veterinarian to upload the completed fillable PDF version found below.

Either save a copy of the PDF below, or return to this page for the health certificate, if prompted by VE HCS. NOTE: The printed paper endorsed health certificate must accompany each shipment.

Austria Belgium Bulgaria Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Estonia Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Republic of Ireland Italy Latvia Lithuania Luxembourg Malta Netherlands Norway **Poland Portugal Romania Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland* ***Norway and Switzerland are not part of the EU but have adopted EU legislation for import of most species of live animals. Dogs, cats, and ferrets must be individually identified by an ISO compliant (11784 and 11785) microchip.

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The number and the date of implantation of both microchips must be documented on the EU Health Certificate. After a primary rabies vaccination, the pet must wait 21 days before it is eligible to enter the EU.

The health certificate used will depend on the number of animals traveling, whether the pet is traveling within 5 days before or after the owner or designated person**, and whether the pet will change ownership or is intended for resale in the EU. The “non-commercial” health certificate is : For 5 or fewer pets traveling to the EU within 5 days of the owner or designated person**.

OR For 6 or more privately owned pets that are more than 6 months old and traveling in a group to the EU to participate in competitions, exhibitions, sporting events, or in training for events, within 5 days of the owner or designated person**. Valid for 10 days after the USDA Accredited Veterinarian issues (completes and signs) it.

The health certificate must be issued by the USDA Accredited Veterinarian and endorsed (counter-signed and embossed/stamped) by APHID within 10 days prior to entering the EU. APHID endorsement is not required if the health certificate is issued by a military veterinarian×.

The “commercial” health certificate is: For pets (any number) who are traveling more than 5 days before or after the owner or designated person**. OR For pet animals changing ownership or intended for resale when arriving in the EU.

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Valid for 48 hours after the USDA Accredited Veterinarian issues (completes and signs) it. The health certificate must be issued by the USDA Accredited Veterinarian and endorsed (counter-signed and embossed/stamped) by APHID within 48 hours of departing the U.S. APHID endorsement is not required if the health certificate is issued by a military veterinarian×.

*A Military Veterinarian is defined as a Veterinary Corps Officer or civilian GS-0701 series government veterinarian employed by the U.S. Army Veterinary Service working at military treatment facilities. It does not apply to Army Veterinary Service non-appropriated fund or Department of Defense civilian contract veterinarians.

After the pet’s USDA Accredited Veterinarian has issued (completed and signed) the EU Health Certificate, have the pet’s completed health certificate endorsed by your local USDA APHID Veterinary Services Endorsement Office. APHID endorsement is not required if the health certificate was issued by a Military Veterinarian×.

*A Military Veterinarian is defined as a Veterinary Corps Officer or civilian GS-0701 series government veterinarian employed by the U.S. Army Veterinary Service working at military treatment facilities. It does not apply to Army Veterinary Service non-appropriated fund or Department of Defense civilian contract veterinarians.

After entering the EU, dogs subsequently traveling to the United Kingdom, Ireland, Finland, Malta, or Norway will need to be treated for tapeworms by an EU veterinarian within 1-5 days before entering those countries. It is your responsibility to ensure your pet meets the import requirements of each country you visit.

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The pet must be examined and the health certificated issued (completed and signed) by a USDA Accredited Veterinarian within 48 hours before leaving the United States. Pet birds must have an identification number such as a clip, leg band, microchip (transponder), or tag.

Pet birds must be moved to a household or another residence within the EU and must not be entered in shows, fairs, exhibitions or other gatherings of birds during the period of 30 days following entry into the EU. Pet birds may have to undergo isolation with or without testing for Avian Influenza before traveling to the EU.

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Either save a copy of the PDF below, or return to this page for the health certificate, if prompted by VE HCS. Brazil requests that imports of animals, semen, and embryos must be accompanied by a health certificate in Portuguese, as of August 1, 2003.

Note : The Shipment of the Animals page (VIII) for the horse health certificate listed above is signed by the Port Veterinarian at the time of embarkation. Note : The point of entry in the country will be restrained to the International Airport of Viragoes in the city of Campinas or Guarulhos due to the procedures that must be carried out while unshipping the material.

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Note : Testing must meet the requirements of the sampling protocol of the AFS Blue Book at the 5% APPLY. Note : Shipments of ornamental fish to Brazil require a VS Form 17-140, with the above addendum attached.

However, exporters wanting to ship livestock whose requirements are not listed above, should have the interested party (importer/buyer) in the country of destination apply for an Import Permit at the appropriate ministry. Save Time and Money!USDA Accredited Veterinarian Signature Electronic Signature Accepted USDA APHISVeterinaryMedicalOfficerSignature Digital Endorsement NOT Accepted The health certificate bears the original ink signature and embossed seal Before going to VE HCS: Scroll below this banner to view animal-specific requirements.

To process some health certificates, VE HCS may need the USDA Accredited Veterinarian to upload the completed fillable PDF version found below. Either save a copy of the PDF below, or return to this page for the health certificate, if prompted by VE HCS.

NOTE: The printed paper endorsed health certificate must accompany each shipment. However, even in this case, a valid USDA endorsed health certificate is required.

Please contact South Korea using the link below for confirmation and additional information. The pet ferret is not required to have a current rabies vaccination; however, if the ferret has a current rabies vaccination, the information is required to be included in the health certificate.

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This page provides the most recent entry requirements and can change without notice. Failure to meet the requirements may result in problems gaining certificate endorsement or difficulties upon arrival in the destination country. Health certificates must be legible, accurate, and complete.

Contact your local APHID -VS Service Office --Select State--AlabamaAlaskaAmerican-SamoaArizonaArkansasCaliforniaColoradoConnecticutDelawareDistrict-of-ColumbiaFloridaGeorgiaGuamHawaiiIdahoIllinoisIndianaIowaKansasKentuckyLouisianaMaineMarylandMassachusettsMichiganMinnesotaMississippiMissouriMontanaNebraskaNevadaNew-HampshireNew-JerseyNew-MexicoNew-YorkNorth-CarolinaNorth-DakotaNorthern-Mariana-IslandsOhioOklahomaOregonPennsylvaniaPuerto-RicoRhode-IslandSouth-CarolinaSouth-DakotaTennesseeTexasUtahVermontVirginiaWashingtonWest-VirginiaWisconsinWyoming Before sharing sensitive information online, make sure you’re on a .gov or .mil site by inspecting your browser’s address (or “location”) bar.

This site is also protected by an SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificate that’s been signed by the U.S. government. When pets travel internationally, many countries require an international health certificate to be issued (completed, signed and dated) by a veterinarian and then endorsed (countersigned and embossed/ stamped) by APHID.

The USDA National Veterinary Accreditation Program (NAP) is voluntary; USDA Accredited Veterinarians have completed training in the state(s) they are licensed in to have this qualification. To find out if your pet’s local veterinarian is USDA Accredited, call them and ask.

Contact your state’s NAP Coordinator for a list of accredited veterinarians near you. Failure to meet the requirements may result in problems gaining certificate endorsement or difficulties upon arrival in the destination country.

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In this position, he works in partnership with Administrator Kevin Shea and fellow Associate Administrators Dr. Mark Davidson and Dr. Jack Shear to carry out the Agency’s day-to-day operations, represent APHID on Departmental-level and cross-Agency working groups, and oversee the activities of every APHID program area and support unit on behalf of employees and stakeholders. He began his Federal career in 1994 at USDA’s Agricultural Research Service where he worked as a plant pathologist for three years.

He went on to hold positions with the Environmental Protection Agency and the Food and Drug Administration, before beginning his APHID career with Biotechnology Regulatory Services (BRS) in 2003. After serving in several roles over 7 years with BRS, Dr. Watson moved to Plant Protection and Quarantine (PPQ) where he served as the Associate Executive Director and Executive Director for Plant Health Programs and the Associate Deputy Administrator for Policy Management during his 5 years with the program.

In this position, he works in partnership with Administrator Kevin Shea and fellow Associate Administrators Dr. Mike Watson and Dr. Jack Shear to carry out the Agency’s day-to-day operations, represent APHID on Departmental-level and cross-Agency working groups, and oversee the activities of every APHID program area and support unit on behalf of employees and stakeholders. Then, after joining APHID, he spent 19 years with Veterinary Services (VS) in various positions in the field, their regional office in Fort Collins, CO, and in Riverdale, MD.

He works in partnership with Administrator Kevin Shea and fellow Associate Administrators Dr. Mike Watson and Dr. Mark Davidson to carry out the Agency’s day-to-day operations, represent APHID on Departmental-level and cross-Agency working groups, and oversee the activities of every APHID program area and support unit on behalf of employees and stakeholders. During the extensive 2002-2003 END outbreak in California, Texas, New Mexico, and Utah, Dr. Shear served as the Joint Area Commander and Incident Commander, leading a massive federal and state eradication effort for nine months until the disease was eradicated from the United States.

Dr. Betty Goldener was appointed Deputy Administrator for APHID Animal Care (AC) program in December 2019. During her career, Betty made it a priority to make AC processes more streamlined and efficient for stakeholders and program personnel.

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She led the initiative to make reporting easier and more accurate for biomedical research facilities that submit an annual summary of their animal use to AC. In this role, she provides leadership and direction to ensure the safe development and introduction (importation, interstate movement, and field testing) of genetically engineered organisms.

She also oversaw the collaborative work done to assist pet owners and regulated facilities prepare for natural disasters and emergencies. As Director, Ms. Juarez was responsible for leading investigations of alleged violations involving APHID -administered laws, and pursuing enforcement actions where warranted.

Although originally from New Mexico, Ms. Juarez currently resides in Silver Spring, Maryland, with her husband Brian and two children, Concetta and Miles. Ms. Blakely leads a 300-person staff domestically and overseas, directing cooperative efforts with foreign governments to prevent the introduction of high-risk pests and diseases into the United States.

She is also responsible for protecting and expanding overseas markets for U.S. agricultural goods, supporting rural incomes and jobs. Through IS’ capacity building programs, Ms. Blakely helps broaden APHID safeguarding system by leading work in developing regions to improve their infrastructure to detect and respond to emerging pest and disease threats.

In 2011, she detailed to the U.S. Agency for International Development (AID) in their Senior Executive Service Candidate Development Program, where she worked on agricultural business investments as part of the Presidential Growth Africa G8 Task Force for Markets and Partnerships in Tanzania, Africa. Ms. Blakely has a Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Education from Eastern Illinois University-Carbondale, IL; and a Master of Science in Public Administration from Russell Sage College, Albany, New York.

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In this position, he leads and directs a nationally dispersed staff that safeguards U.S. animal and plant resources from destructive pests and diseases and facilitate the global trade of U.S. agricultural products. This included working with federal and state governments, industry stakeholders, and subject-matter experts to develop and implement comprehensive plans designed to safeguard American agriculture against invasive pest outbreaks.

Mr. Ellis’s previous experience includes more than twelve years in the private sector managing large scale pest control and eradication programs. As the director of the Texas boll weevil eradication program from 1994 through 2000, Mr. Ellis led one of the largest pest eradication programs in the world, affecting approximately four million acres of cotton and providing services to several thousand cotton producers and landowners.

He received his veterinary degree from Oklahoma State University and currently resides in Washington, DC, while maintaining a small farm in CO. Although Ms. Hucknall has spent most of her career with WS, from 2014 to 2016 she served as the Associate Deputy Administrator for BRS, where she handled the international and emerging issues portfolios.

Prior to moving to APHID headquarters, Ms. Hucknall was the State Director of WS’ New Jersey, New York City and Pennsylvania program. Before being named State Director, Ms. Hucknall spent two years with the New York WS program, and her WS career started in Wisconsin where she helped Wisconsin dairy farmers resolve damage caused by Canada geese and removed beavers and beaver dams to protect and rehabilitate trout streams.

In this role, she leads the Agency’s investigative, enforcement, and regulatory support services; the safety programs, physical security, and Agency-wide emergency management readiness and response support in the event of agricultural and all-hazard emergencies; and the regulation of agricultural select agents that have the potential to pose a severe threat to public, animal or plant health or to animal or plant products. Before assuming this role, Ms. Rubicon served as Director of the Office of Civil Rights, Diversity and Inclusion since January 2017, ensuring APHID and its clients were in compliance with the provisions of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and Civil Rights laws, workforce diversity programs, Federal regulations and Departmental/Agency-wide policies.

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Ms. Rubicon’s career in agriculture spans 19 years and includes service at the county, State, and Federal levels. She joined APHID Plant Protection and Quarantine (PPQ) program in 2002 at the Port of Long Beach as a Plant Health Safeguarding Specialist and held a collateral duty position on the Western Region Equal Employment Advisory Committee as the African American Program Manager.

In 2008, she joined PPQ’s Export Services staff, covering the Asia, Australia/New Zealand region and the European Union. Ms. Jones provides leadership and guidance to effectively communicate APHID policy developments and program accomplishments.

Ms. Jones is responsible for the overall planning and direction of PA activities, which include media and industry outreach, legislative analysis, Freedom of Information and Privacy Act requests, production of informational materials, and response to media, congressional, intergovernmental, and citizen inquiries about APHID programs. Ms. Jones began her career with APHID in 1990, after graduating from Randolph Macon Woman’s College with a bachelor of arts degree in English.

Robert Huttenlocher was appointed APHID Deputy Administrator for Marketing and Regulatory Programs Business Services (MR PBS) in January 2021. Before joining APHID, Mr. Huttenlocher served in several USDA positions: Director of the Foreign Agricultural Service’s Compliance Review Staff from February 2002 to November 2006; the Agricultural Marketing Service’s (AMS) Assistant Chief of the Fresh Products Branch (FEB) from July 1999 to February 2002; FEB’s Program Support Section Head from March 1996 to July 1999; and as a program analyst with AMS’ Compliance Staff from December 1990 to March 1996.

Mr. Huttenlocher started his career in the Federal Government in May 1989 as a budget formulation analyst with the U.S. Department of Treasury’s Financial Management Service. Mr. Huttenlocher earned a Bachelor of Science in Finance and a Master of Business Administration, both from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia.

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Prior to her recent appointment, Ms. Jakarta served since 2001 as Chief of PPD’s Planning, Evaluation, and Monitoring staff. In that role, she was responsible for developing the Agency’s strategic and operational plans, evaluating the effectiveness and efficiency of APHID programs, and analyzing and improving business processes.

Ms. Jakarta has also held numerous other positions in APHID, including as a Manager of Information Technology Planning and as an Employee Development Specialist.

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