Importing country requirements
It is the exporter's responsibility to ensure that the animal meets the importing country requirements.
An import permit is required.
Information about the process required to import animals into the Republic of Palau can be found at the
Division of Biosecurity of the Bureau of Agriculture website.
- Where an importing country issues an import permit, the exporter must ensure the animal meets any requirements in the permit.
As included in an import permit issued in December 2015:
- The animals were kept from birth or for six (6) months prior to shipment in an area where no case of rabies was officially reported during the two (2) years immediately preceding shipment.
- That the animals have been effectively vaccinated against Feline Panleucopenia at least one (1) month and not more than twelve (12) months before shipment, and Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis/Calci virus at least one (1) month and not more than six months before shipment.
- That the animals have been effectively treated against, and found on examination free of, all ectoparasites within three days of shipment.
- That the animals have been effectively treated against echinococcosis-hydatidosis, round, hook and whip worms within three days of shipment.
- That the animals have been vaccinated with an inactivated rabies virus more than thirty days prior to entry into the Republic of Palau.
CONDITIONS OF ENTRY:
- Shipment must be accompanied by an International Animal Health Certificate.
- Shipment must be accompanied by a copy of the import permit and presented to quarantine officials upon arrival.
- Shipment may be refused entry if the requirements of the health certificate are not complied with.
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Basis for Micor entry
Based on an import permit issued in December 2015 and importing country website and information. Entry last reviewed 14 May 2021.
29/06/2021 - Page first published.