Travel Certificates

Domestic Travel

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Your pet may require a domestic health certificate if you plan to travel to another state. Health certificates are federal documents that indicate your pet is healthy to travel with you and will not pose a health risk to other people or pets. The health requirements for Dogs and cats may vary state to state; even airlines have their own pet travel restrictions. Check with your airline to see if a health certificate is required. If a certificate is required, your pet must have a passing health exam and current rabies vaccination to travel. If these requirements are met, we will issue a travel certificate for your pet.

We will work with you to determine your needs, based on your travel destination. Since certificate requirements differ by each state and airline, we encourage you to gather information and start the process as early as possible. For more information, click here.

International

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Only pets in good health are permitted to travel to other countries. Each country may have specific health requirements that must be met before your pet can enter. Certain health requirements may include current vaccinations, passing a health exam and so forth. Health certifications ensure that your pet is healthy to travel with you and will not pose a health risk to other people or pets.

We will work with you to determine your needs, based on your travel destination. Since certificate requirements differ greatly by country, we encourage you to gather information and start the process as early as possible. For more information, click here.

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