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VACCINATIONS & TESTS FOR INTERNATIONAL MOVEMENTS OF PETS The pet must have a microchip implanted first, then vaccinate, and (in some cases) test, so that the microchip number is on all the certificates required for the international move.
Get your vet to register the microchip number with the microchip manufacturer, including all details about your pet (especially the implantation date), and your own contact details. If your vet refuses to register the microchip, citing how busy they are, or in all their years they've never been asked to do that, then it's your responsibility to register the microchip with the manufacturer (since you are the owner) - only you, or your vet, can register, and only you can change the microchip certificate details (because you're the owner). But really? If the vet implanted the microchip? It's their responsibility to register it (it's simply part of the job), AND...
Get a copy of that filled in registration certificate from your vet, AND...
TITRE TEST If your pet shipper asks you to get your vet to do a Titre test, then you must wait 30 days from the Rabies vaccination date, before returning for a blood draw for that Titre test - it takes time for the rabies vaccination to work through the body, and to become effective. The test is about $500, and takes 30 days to come back with a result. Depending on the country your pet is going to, minimum entry dates allowable can be a half year away from this test being done.
List of Microchip Manufacturers on page 3...
The microchip certificate will show the implantation date. For international moves, this date must be on, or before any vaccinations, &/or tests are given to your pet, in order to properly identify THAT specific pet was treated/tested.
If it was an oversight that the microchip number doesn't appear on a vet certificate, your vet will have no issue correcting it (based on their own notes showing the date they checked the number/microchipped/registered it).
If you microchipped after you vaccinated/tested, just pay to get it done again, and wait the time required.
NOTE: There's no requirement for your vet to instruct you to microchip your pet. There's no law that states your pet can't live a long, happy, microchip free life in Canada; however, if you want your pet to travel out of the country, it must have a MICROCHIP FIRST, then any vaccinations, and tests required to be done for the country being exported to, so that the microchip number appears on all of those certificates.
Veterinary & laboratory certificates must have the Microchip number on them all.
If no microchip was present when your vet did the job that their document certifies, no vet will falsify their certificates for you (they'll loose their license, it's not worth it for them), don't even ask to just type a microchip number on it.
Get your vet to read the microchip, once implanted and confirm (for yourself) the number, AND...