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Pet owners who travel internationally with their pets must get a pet health certificate before they leave. As your vet in Los Angeles, we provide pet travel certificates to pet owners in our area. Proper documentation can help ensure that your trip goes well.
Pet health certificates in Los Angeles enable pets to travel across borders from one country to another. Some countries have their own pet travel certificate while other countries will accept the International Health Travel Certificate. The pet travel certificate is filled out by the pet’s veterinarian to certify that the pet is healthy. Visit APHIS the government entity that controls health certificates to search information about travel to different countries and or states. Certificates typically include information about the following:
In some cases, the certificate may need to be translated into another language. These details will be outlined in the travel certificate.
Hancock Park Veterinary Clinic fills out travel certificates for pets in Los Angeles and the surrounding area. For pets who need vaccines, parasite treatment and other forms of veterinary care, our experienced veterinarians can administer treatment necessary to ensure that pets are ready to go on a trip.
In addition to acquiring a travel certificate, there are many other things you can do to get your pet ready for international travel. For example:
Traveling with your pet can be fun and exciting, as long as your pet is prepared. As your pet’s vet in Los Angeles, we provide pet health certificates and other travel services to pets. To make an appointment, contact us today at your animal hospital in Los Angeles at 323-936-6952.