Rabies Neutralizing Antibody Titre Test For Pet's

Rabies Titre Test is a necessary pet export / relocation requirement from India to west and European Countries.

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Rabies Titer Test For International Pet Travel

If you are planning for an international pet relocation, there are certain pet import rules and regulations that you need to abide by like microchipping your pet, getting a health certificate, etc. for pet moving or delivery to the destination. Out of many such import requirements, a Rabies Titer Test or Rabies Neutralizing Antibody Test (RNAT) is one such mandatory process to take your pet to any rabies-free country.

What Is A Titer Test?

A rabies titer test is used to test if your pet has been vaccinated against rabies, and if the vaccination prompted enough of an immune response. It gets its name from titration, which is the process of testing.


A blood sample is extracted from your pet sometime after their rabies vaccination and sent for testing. The results of this blood titer test will indicate whether the vaccine was successful or not, and whether your pet has adequate protection against the virus or not.


A titer test is done after your pet has been microchipped and vaccinated against rabies. The sample for this test must be taken at least 30 days after your pets’ vaccination. A titer of greater or equal to 0.5 IU/mL is the minimum level at which your pet is protected against rabies, and is the minimum titer required for international travel.

Why is a Titer Test Important?

Countries around the world are classified into three tiers, depending on how prevalent rabies is in them: rabies-free countries, rabies-controlled countries, and high-rabies countries.


A blood titer test is necessary before international pet travel to most countries. All of Europe lists it as a requirement, and large parts of North America do as well. While some countries do not require a titer test by default, India is a high-rabies country, and extra precautions are in place for pet imports from countries classified as having high-rabies.


Why do countries list such a test as a mandatory requirement? A titer test is necessary before any international travel with a pet to ensure it is free of any viral infection and has zero chance of infecting local animals and wildlife in the destination country. In short, it is to safeguard a country’s ecosystem and ensure no foreign contaminants can enter it.


Before getting such a test though, make sure you have followed the procedure correctly. Your pet first needs to be implanted with a microchip. This microchip must be of the non-encrypted, 15-digit, ISO 11784/11785 variety. The chip should be implanted in your pet before their rabies vaccination and titer test.


Once microchipped, get your pet vaccinated against rabies. Ater 30 days or so, they will be eligible for sample collection required for the titer test. Submit the sample, wait for a period, and your pet should be ready to go overseas.

How To Perform & Read The Results Of A Test

The test is performed on a small blood sample taken from your pet. This sample is tested by dilution, after which the antibodies levels are measured. The titer tests express this blood sample’s result in the form of a ratio; this ratio indicates how many times the sample can be weakened/diluted until there’s no traces of any antibodies. White titer tests are of many kinds for numerous different purposes, A titer test for pet animals typically means a rabies antibody test/rabies titer test.


This helps us test the number of antibodies your pet has developed, and whether the number is sufficient to prevent any future re-infections. A successful vaccination result should produce a ratio of at least 0.5 IU/ml, which is the level at which the vaccination is deemed a succeed and your pet is protected against the rabies virus.


Do remember to get your pet titer tested at least 30 days after their rabies shot. Also, you must wait for 3 months after the date of the blood sample was taken before you can embark on international pet transportation.

Why You Should Titer Test Your Pet

While titer tests can be more expensive than vaccinations, there are a few situations where it comes in handy. Here are a few of them:


-If you’re a frequent traveler or looking to relocate to another country with your pet, you will require a rabies titer test.
-If your dog is of unknown origin with nearly no vaccination records, a titer test can help evaluate which vaccinations they have, and which ones they still need.
-If your pet is elderly or ill, a test can help you gauge their immunity against diseases.

Countries that Mandate Titer Testing

Destinations Titer Test Required Complete Policy
U.S.A Yes Read more – U.S.A.
Canada No Read more – Canada
U.K Yes Read more – U.K
U.A.E Yes Read more – U.A.E
France Yes Read more – France

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