All of our veterinarians can help you attain a domestic travel certificate for your pet.
We understand that your pet is part of your family, and when you travel, you want them right by your side.
We urge you to plan ahead for international travel by at least 3 to 4 months depending on the country. Australia, Japan, and New Zealand can take six months or longer. Some countries require a rabies titer test.
Before you start the process, you need to determine the destination country and dates of travel.
This website is a helpful resource if you are traveling internationally.
We also recommend checking with your airline to determine any additional terms of travel they may require.
For both Domestic and Hawaii travel, please visit aphis.usda.gov/aphis/pet-travel/interstate-pet-travel
Qur team will make sure your pet will travel with you according to the requirements of each country, so we'll need to find out exactly what you'll need and what requirements you have to meet. Please fill out our travel questionnaire.
Information on traveling with your pet by Airline
United Airlines: united.com/en/us/fly/travel/traveling-with-pets.html
American Airlines: aa.com/i18n/travel-info/special-assistance/pets.jsp
Delta Airlines: delta.com/us/en/pet-travel/overview
Returning or bringing a pet to the US with your pet may be similar to your initial process.
Please research this at aphis.usda.gov/aphis/pet-travel/bring-pet-into-the-united-states
Start the process today.Travel Questionnaire