Transporting Pets to Peru
Traveling into Peru with a pet isn’t a difficult task, as long as you’ve done your paperwork up front.
The procedure is similar to bringing pets from the US, the main difference being that the paperwork is certified by the Canada Food Inspection Agency (or CFIA). It’s recommended to check with your nearest Peruvian consulate for any additional information.
From other countries
Check with the Peruvian Consulate closest to you.
When making your flight reservations, reserve room for your pet also. If your pet is small, it may be possible to bring them into the cabin as carry-on baggage. If not, they’ll travel with your suitcase in the cargo section. You may be required by your airline to pay an excess baggage fee. Confirm, confirm and then confirm again with your airline that they have space reserved for your pet. Once you’re on the plane, have the stewardess confirm that your pet is on board.
Landing in Peru
If you’d prefer to have your pet travel separately, you can contact a professional pet mover. More information on this, and other questions regarding moving your pet, can be found at PetTravelCenter.Com.