CDC eases restrictions on entering US with dogs


The CDC relaxed rules banning the importation or re-entry of dogs from 113 countries with high risk of rabies transmission and will now allow travelers to bring in healthy, microchipped dogs that have an up-to-date rabies vaccine from a US-licensed veterinarian. Travelers returning to the US with a dog that has been in a high-risk country may re-enter the US through one of 18 approved ports.

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