What Does the Health Certificate Include?
Every health certificate that we issue includes the pet’s name, breed, color, age, and the contact information of the owner. After performing a comprehensive wellness exam, the health certificate will indicate that the pet is healthy enough for travel and will provide proof of recent vaccinations and implanted microchip number. Be sure to check the specific vaccination requirements for the country that you will be visiting, as there may be some variations. Also, keep in mind that some countries require recent blood tests and parasite treatment administered by veterinary professionals as well. If your pet is not found to be healthy, we can discuss our treatment options and recommendations.
We recommend that you arrange for the health certificate appointment based on what the Animal & Plant Health Inspection Service directs you to do on their website: www.aphis.usda.gov. If you have any questions after visiting their website you can call their office in El Segundo 310-955-3311 or Sacramento: 916-854-3960 Be sure to also check your airline’s policy regarding pets, with regard to carriers. We’ll be glad to give you more information about international health certificates over the phone or during your pet’s next visit.
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