International Travel Health Certificates are legal documents that require the signature of a USDA –accredited Veterinarian, and they tend to be complicated and time sensitive. When traveling with your pet(s), there may be animal health requirements specific for that destination.
Please note that it is the responsibility of the pet owners to make sure their pet has met the requirements of the destination country and that failure to meet the requirements may result in problems gaining certificate endorsement or difficulties upon arrival in the destination country.
To find out more information about individual state and country regulations, airline requirements and fees please go the United States Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Services website at USDA APHIS | APHIS Pet Travel.
We have created a checklist to help you prepare for international travel.
Please fill out the form below as completely and accurately as possible. If you are a new client at Los Feliz Small Animal Hospital, please fill out the New Client form first. Once we received these form(s), we will contact you to set up an appointment. Due to the increased demand, and the time necessary to go over your information, please allow us min 24-48hours to get in touch, and min.7-14 days for an available appointment. Expedited Travel Certificates might be available, depending on your circumstances.
Fees: Based on the complexity of requirements, price varies (might include: $275-$500 Health Certificate + Physical Exam + endorsement fees + cost of any necessary testing and/or vaccinations + expedite fees). We will provide an estimate after your first appointment.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at 323-664-3309.
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