Are you planning to travel abroad with your cat or dog? Before you leave, you want to ensure your pet’s safety and comfort. Besides, it’s important to be sure your animal companion is free of infection and illness to avoid spreading diseases to other parts of the world. That’s why it’s critical to obtain an International Health Certificate for your pet. The certificate verifies that your pet is healthy and ready for travel. At Safe Harbor Animal Hospital, we help you have a quick and smooth process for approving international pet travel in Pensacola, Florida.
Depending on the country you intend to travel to, you may have to get a country-specific health certificate. This applies to different countries, including those in the European Union. However, some countries don’t have a specific certificate. In such a case, all you’ll need traveling to any of these is the International Health Certificate (USDA-APHIS 7001).
International Health Certificates for Pets in Pensacola, Florida
Our veterinarians will do the proper examination and approve your international health certificate for travel. To set you up for success, we will enlighten you on the risks of contracting a foreign disease and discuss what vaccinations may be necessary and appropriate.
USDA approved health certificates are vital for all of our resident pets traveling from the US. Additional requirements include proof of rabies titer, rabies vaccination as well as echinococcus tests and treatments.
We’ve got all the info you need to travel abroad with your furbaby. To obtain your certificates or ask questions, call us today! Safe Harbor Animal Hospital is located in Pensacola, Florida.