China does not ban dog breeds, however, there are breed restrictions in Beijing, Chengdu, and Shanghai. If a pet owner is traveling with a large dog breed to these cities, they should ensure their pet is allowed. Click here for a list of banned dog breeds.
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- What if I need to edit the destination country Pet TravelPass, will those edits be applied automatically to the EU Transit health certificate?
- When submitting the EU Transit Health Certificate in VEHCS, what country do I select for the Destination Country dropdown?
- When submitting the EU Transit health certificate in VEHCS, what documents do I need to include?
- Do I have to pay two endorsement fees, one for the Destination country health certificate and one for the EU transit country health certificate?
- How do I submit the EU Transit health certificate for endorsement?
- Do I need to submit the EU Transit health certificate for endorsement?
- How do I access the EU Transit certificate after I complete the Destination country health certificate?
- How does the GVL system know that I need an EU Transit health certificate?
- When is an EU transit health certificate required?
- Completing an EU Transit health certificate as part of an International Pet TravelPass in GVL