Picked up a friend today at the airport who brought in their basset hound.
The process took about 1.5 hours to complete by the agriculture department.
The paperwork should be in both English and the Spanish. Spanish should be the first language, then English. It would also help to have it is bigger letters, and perhaps even in bold type for the Spanish version.
They really read through all the documents, so make sure you don't miss any of the mandatory medications/treatments that your pet needs to enter the country. They are entering all this into a computer, along with the owners passport, residents, and phone number.
They checked the ears, nose, and took the temperature of the pet. The hound was NOT impressed.
They where nice enough to let the dog go outside to pee prior to being poked, and handled. Smart on their part.
The big change is NO BEDDING IN THE KENNEL. It will be confiscated, and you will not get it back.