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Personal Property Processing Office (PPPO)
Arc Light Boulevard
Yigo Guam 96929
Contact information for key programs and services at this installation.
Policies and rules for shipping pets vary at each installation. It’s important to understand the regulations, prohibitions and laws at your new installation before moving with a pet. Below, you’ll find installation-specific details for registering, boarding and transporting your pet.
All dogs and cats entering Guam are required to be vaccinated for common infectious agents. Please contact the local veterinary clinic for these requirements. Guam has a leash law and requires pet licensing. If you live on base your pet must always be on a leash (unless at the dog park), micro-chipped and registered at the Andersen Veterinary Clinic.
Andersen Veterinary Clinic
Please call DSN/COMM 315/671-366-3205 for information. Hours of operation: Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m.-12 p.m., 1 p.m.-4 p.m.; Friday, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. (dates and times are subject to change). Closed all day for inventory on last day of the month. Closed on weekends and holidays.
Boller Veterinary Treatment Facility (Naval Base)
Call DSN/COMM 315/671-333-3225 for more information. Hours of operation, Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m.-12 p.m., 1 p.m.-4 p.m.; Friday, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. (dates and times are subject to change). Closed on weekends and holidays.
Guam has only two kennels certified to quarantine your incoming pets: Andersen Pet Lodge (available to those affiliated with the military) and Harper Valley Kennels. Pet quarantine on Guam has become very confusing for personnel transferring with pets. For specific questions, contact Government of Guam, Department of of Agriculture, Animal Health Section, 163 Dairy Rd., Mangilao, Guam 96913, 671-734-0282, Animal Health 671-300-7964/6 or Andersen Boarding Facility: 671-366-5020.
Guam's quarantine law is designed to protect residents and pets from potential serious health problems associated with the presence and spread of rabies. The quarantine program's success is dependent on isolating your pet from other animals for the required quarantine period.
It's the law. Title 10 Guam Code Annotated Chapter 34 Article 3 governs importation of dogs, cats and other carnivores into Guam. This law states that these animals are required to complete a 120-day confinement in an approved commercial quarantine facility. If specific pre-arrival and post-arrival requirements are met, animals may qualify for a shorter quarantine. Public Law 27-84 provides for a five day or less quarantine program for pets entering Guam, provided that requirements are met prior to entry, by amending ss34302(b) of Title 10, Guam Code annotated. Ss(b)(2) is added to ss34302 of Division 2 of Title 10 of the Guam Code Annotated. Please call the Department of Agriculture, 671-300-7964/66, for further details.
Animals originating from the British Isles, Australia, New Zealand, Japan and Hawaii on direct flights to Guam may be exempt from quarantine requirements after meeting shipping and veterinary examination requirements.
Handlers of service dogs, dogs belonging to a Federal or State Government Agency, or certified guide dogs may wish to have their animals qualified to allow them to enter Guam without being held in quarantine at the commercial quarantine facility. Please contact Department of Agriculture for more information. All other dogs and cats, regardless of purpose or health status are required to comply with Guam's quarantine law, and all must obtain a valid Entry Permit prior to travel.
Quarantine times vary. Animals may be subjected to extended commercial quarantine pending post-arrival inspection.
Determine if your pet should move to Guam
Guam is a tropical island with high temperatures and humidity throughout the year. DOD recommends that pets that are very old, very young (not less than nine weeks if coming from exempt areas), chronically ill or debilitated, or pets that experience difficulty in hot climates, not be imported into Guam for quarantine. Pregnant animals past 45 days of gestation are prohibited entry into quarantine. Persons importing pets into Guam do so at their own risk. The Government of Guam and DOD will not assume any liability for any consequences during shipment or confinement. The owner assumes all liability upon presenting the animals for entry into Guam.
Before a permit to ship your pet is issued, you must:
Prior to Shipping your pet, you must email the health certificate (email@example.com) 10 days prior to shipping to Department of Agriculture. Upon receipt of the health certificate, an entry permit will be issued via email to the owner. Please call the Department of Agriculture 671-300-7964/66 for further details or visit Pet Registration Form & Animal Import Information.
Exotic birds or unusual pets must also have an import permit to come to Guam. The government restricts their importation to the island. Check with the Department of Agriculture, Animal Health Section 671-300-7964/66 for more information.
Vaccinations. licensing, registration
Andersen Pet Lodge (DSN 315-366-5020) is the only federal government quarantine facility on Guam. They serve all military and civilian employees coming to Guam but give priority to those assigned to Team Andersen. Andersen Pet Lodge fees and services vary and are subject to change. Contact the pet lodge for current information.
Call DSN 315-366-3205 or commercial 671-366-3205 for information. Hours of operation are Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m.-noon and 1-4 p.m.; Friday, 9 a.m.-noon. (Days and times are subject to change.) The clinic is closed all day for inventory the last day of the month. The clinic is also closed on weekends and holidays.
Boller Veterinary Treatment Facility (Navy Base)
Call DSN 315-333-3225 or commercial 671-333-3225 for more information. Hours of operation are Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m.-noon and 1-4 p.m.; Friday, 9 a.m.-noon. (Days/times are subject to changes) The clinic is closed on weekends and holidays.
Owners are responsible to ensure that all documents are in order, all requirements are met, and most importantly, copies are provided (facsimile copies and scanned copies are accepted) to the Department of Agriculture in advance with the required specifications and the veterinarian's signature. All original documents such as the two latest rabies certificates, the latest immunization record and the original health certificate must be retained and attached to the kennel. Note: Due to the limited time allotted from the receipt of the health certificate in Guam and the actual flight date, a facsimile copy of the entry permit may be attached to the kennel for travel.
Deficiencies in any of the requirements will result in non-issuance of the entry permit and/or the animal being subject to the 120-day quarantine program. For all applications for the less than 120-day quarantine program, applicants must ensure that all general and specific pre- and post-arrival requirements are met.
Quarantine reservation requirementFor reservations for pet quarantine, in accordance with U.S. Customs and Guam Department of Health regulations, all required forms must be accomplished and sent to Andersen Pet Lodge facility email before reservations are made. Because of the limited work, pet boarding and quarantine space in the pet boarding facility, Patron Priority Policy will be established in accordance with standard operating policy.
Contact Andersen Pet Lodge Quarantine Facility to make a reservation for pet(s) and complete or provide the following:
For pet boarding and quarantine needs, please email 36FSS.FSCT.PetLodge@us.af.mil
Andersen Pet Lodge36 FSS/FSCQUnit 14002APO, AP 96543-4002671-366-5020
Post-examination of pets are required after arrival of your pet in Guam, please do not forget to make the vet fee payment for this examination. You are required to pay prior to release of your pet. You can make this payment prior to or after pet arrival by contacting the Vet Clinic 671-366-3205 or email 36FSS.FSCT.PetLodge@us.af.mil, and/or visit their office (Arc Light Blvd., Building 20011).