New Zealand Embassy Tokyo, Japan

Taking pets to New Zealand

Requirements for taking pets from Japan to New Zealand are set out on the information page here prepared by the Ministry for Primary Industries.

This information, including in relation to veterinary requirements, is presently available in English only.  When selecting a local veterinarian clinic, you may therefore wish to select one which is able to provide services in English. One such clinic the Embassy is aware of in the Tokyo area is the Hiroo Veterinary Clinic, tel (03) 5420-0012.  This service provider is listed for information only; the Embassy cannot recommend or endorse any service providers.

International moving firms generally offer pet transport services.

 

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