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Definitely rabies, no matter where you’re headed. For most foreign countries, your pet’s rabies vaccination must be at least 30 days old but less than one year old. That means if your dog or cat received a 3-year vaccination more than a year ago they will need a booster to meet the timing requirement. You’ll have to provide a signed rabies certificate.
Cats and/or dogs may need additional vaccinations, too, depending on the destination country.
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