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Shipper's responsibilities when shipping live animals:

Shipper instructions are given in Chapters 1, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 of the IATA Live Animal Regulations.

Before shipping live animals, make sure that:

  • planned live animal transportation is not prohibited by law;

  • all the required export, import, transit licenses or permits, etc. are attached to the shipment;

  • shipment of live animals has been correctly classified, described, packed, labeled, and marked with symbols;

  • shipper's live animal transportation certificate is filled out in two copies;

  • pregnant animals may not be transported without a veterinary certificate stating that the animal is fit for shipment and there is no risk that the animal will give birth while in transit.

    Note:
    Pregnant monkeys, lactating females, and breastfed young animals are not accepted for air transportation.


  • no animals born less than 48 hours prior to shipment are being shipped;

  • animals have been carefully prepared for transport (refer to LAR container requirements);

  • animals have not been euthanized without veterinary supervision;
  • consignee is notified about the arrival date and flight to be able to claim the animal promptly;
  • air waybill includes a round the clock phone number so that the carrier can contact the shipper or agent, if necessary;
  • air waybill includes full name and ticket number of the person accompanying the animals (if any).