Pet Domestic Health Certificates
When traveling, several states demand a current Certificate of Veterinary Inspection from a qualified, accredited veterinarian. A veterinarian must evaluate your pet before issuing a health certificate.
Domestic Health Certificates
This certificate certifies that your pet is fit to travel and that no disease symptoms are present. Most airlines require this certificate for your pet to fly domestically inside the United States. We strongly advise getting in touch with your airline to learn about their particular travel restrictions. Airlines frequently demand that your pet undergo a vet visit and receive a health certificate within 10 days of departure. To make sure your paperwork is in order, check with your airline.
We are able to add a certificate of acclimatization to your pet’s travel documents if necessary. The decision to provide this certificate is made by our veterinarians based on their evaluation of your pet’s ability to travel above or below specific temperatures.