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Your pet can always travel to a high-rabies country from a rabies-controlled or rabies-free country with only the proper pet passport and sometimes an import permit. These countries do not require a Blood Titer test and most do not require a microchip. However, you will likely need a Blood Titer Test to return to a rabies-controlled or rabies-free country from a high-rabies country. See next paragraph
Unless your pet is originating from one of the countries that the United Arab Emirates considers rabies-free or rabies-controlled (see below) after living there for 6 months, your pet will have to under go a rabies titer test. The titer test must be administered more than 21 days after the rabies vaccination if your pet's previous rabies vaccination has expired or your pet has never been vaccinated for rabies. The titer test must be administered between 12 weeks and 12 months from the time of your pet's entry. Note that the dogs and cats from the United States and Canada will require a titer test.
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If you are traveling from a rabies-controlled country to a rabies-free country, an import permit, Blood Titer test, microchip as well as the proper pet passport for the destination country is required. There is sometimes a waiting period from the time you have the Blood Titer test until the time you enter the rabies-free country of between 120 days and 180 days. If your schedule does not allow for a waiting period, quarantine will be imposed at the destination country or your pet will be returned to the originating country. Additional requirements may apply. An original for the United Arab Emirates must be by the government of the exporting country responsible for the import and export of animals. Unless you are traveling from the United States, this certificate must attest that your pet was visually examined during the 24 hours prior to export and found clinically healthy and free of external parasites. Some rabies-free countries such as Australia, New Zealand, Mauritius and New Caledonia will not permit pets from high-rabies countries to enter. The EU countries will require a Blood Titer Test three months prior to entry in order to avoid quarantine. There are several countries where quarantine is unavoidable even if you are entering from a rabies-free country. All pets imported to Malaysia must have a valid import permit issued by the Department of Malaysian Quarantine and Inspection Services (MAQIS), be accompanied by a valid certificate giving a full description or identification of the animal, be identified by an ISO compliant microchip, be at least three months old at the time of import, and be accompanied by a Veterinary Health Certificate. Dogs anad cats imported from scheduled countries -- United Kingdom, Eire, Northern Ireland, New Zealand, Japan, Brunei, Singapore -- are exempt from quarantine. Animals imported from non-scheduled countries are placed in an approved quarantine area for at least seven days. This period may be extended if the animal is considered at risk. The animal is released if found to be free from infection. Animals imported from Australia are placed in an approved quarantine area for at least ten days, where the animal is given an anti-rabies vaccination and health tests are carried out. The animal is released when found to be free from infection.