Requirements for Mexico

Requirements for Mexico

Regulatory requirements for bringing pets into Mexico are defined by the Mexican veterinary authorities. We will have to note that these requirements may vary depending on the animal’s place of origin. Therefore, it is recommended to review the current policies of the authorities and contact the local agencies that rely on the current regulatory instructions. Here are some general regulatory requirements for bringing pets into Mexico

Health certificate:

You must have a current Israeli health certificate designated for Mexico that will be signed by a doctor and veterinarian + a government veterinarian. The certificate should include information about the animal’s current vaccinations and its state of health.


Pets should be vaccinated against diseases such as rabies at least 30 days before the flight, distemper for dogs and distemper for cats and deworming at least 15 days before the flight to Mexico.