If you are planning to travel with your pet there are several things you’ll need to take care of.
Whether you are traveling domestically (within the U.S.A.) or to a foreign country, you will need to call your airline and ask what their requirements are.
If you are traveling abroad you’ll need to contact that country’s consulate or embassy to ask what their requirements are for your pet’s entry.
Proof of up to date vaccinations is typically required. Additional tests or treatments may be required.
We will provide you with an International Health Certificate issued by a USDA accredited veterinarian, or refer you to a partner practice that is able to provide this.
We always recommend microchipping your pet prior to traveling, as many pets have been lost during travel. Although microchipping doesn’t provide a guarantee it is an additional form of identification and can aid in the safe return of a lost pet.