The guide dog trained to assist the disabled person will be transported free of charge in the cabin, on the plane’s floor, beside your owner. The seat will be determined by the airline company and the dog must travel wearing a collar and under control by the owner.
Even so, the guide dog will need the same documentation required for any other animal. The health attestation, issued by a veterinary doctor duly registered by the Regional Council of Veterinary Medicine, with it’s due date of thirty days after the issue date and the Certificate of Anti-Rabies Vaccination for animals that are older than 3 months of age. This certificate must have the name of the manufacturer laboratory, vaccine type and the vaccine/ampoule number that was used. This vaccine must be applied from thirty days to a year before the boarding time.
For International Flights it’s also necessary the origin country’s International Zoosanitary certificate.