HEALTH CERTIFICATES FOR DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL
DOMESTIC HEALTH CERTIFICATE
A basic health certificate completed by one of our accredited veterinarians is generally adequate for domestic travel, although it is always worth confirming with your airline and/or the state to which you are traveling. To obtain a domestic health certificate for your pet, a physical examination must be completed by one of our accredited veterinarians on the day the health certificate is completed. Please call for an appointment and let us know that you need a domestic health certificate for your pet. The exam must be completed within a certain number of days or weeks prior to the planned travel time – consult with your airline for details.
INTERNATIONAL HEALTH CERTIFICATE/PAPERWORK
Due to the challenges of traveling with your pet overseas, and to ensure your pet arrives safely in your new country, we recommend using a pet travel agency to help with the process of completing all requirements/paperwork. SEAVS no longer provides international health certificates.
Pet travel agencies assist with paperwork, obtaining appropriate documents/permits, quarantine requirements and will transport your pet to and from airports, if needed. We recommend Pender Air or you can find a different pet travel agency by going to IPATA.