There are different requirements for domestic and international travel with your pet, and some states or countries may require a health certificate in order for them to enter with you. We are a USDA Certified Veterinarian, meaning we are able to provide you with the proper documentation to bring your pet along on your next vacation!
Want to take your pet along on your next trip?
Select which option applies to you:
Domestic Travel Certification
Many states and airlines require a domestic health certificate to ensure your pet is healthy enough to travel safely without spreading any communicable diseases. It is important to research the criteria for the specific airline you are traveling with, as well as the state you are planning to visit.
USDA Requirements for Traveling with Pets in the United States
Click on the link below and enter your destination state lower on the page. Click “view requirements” and you will be able to view a list of all the paperwork you must have in place to bring your pet into that state.
International Travel Certification
If you are planning to bring your pet with you to another country, you will likely need specific documents from the USDA or EU, as well as Rabies titer testing. Generally, these forms must be issued within 10 days of travel.
Specific Country Requirements for International Pet Travel
Please be sure to check the USDA website to learn how best to prepare when taking your pet to another country.
Pro-tip: Give Yourself Plenty of Time to Prepare
Gathering the proper documentation and making sure your pet’s health records, vaccinations, and more are up to date can take a significant amount of time. Be sure you look at the requirements far in advance of your trip, so that you can schedule your pet’s appointment with us and allow enough time for the certificates to be approved.