Travel Certificates for Pets

In-home travel exams for domestic travel, international travel, and emotional support animals.

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In-home travel exams for domestic travel, international travel, and emotional support animals. 


Do you need a travel certificate?

If you’re planning to travel with your pet, you may need a Certificate of Health Examination (APHIS 7001) or a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI). Almost all airlines require pets to have a CVI before flying. Your pet may also need a certificate to travel by train, bus, or even to cross state lines. Not sure? Call us to talk to a pet travel expert at (833) 228-8122


Travel certification starts at $149.




Travel Certificates for Pets

Domestic Health Certificates
(1-3 weeks before travel)
May Require: APHIS 7001, CVI, Rabies vaccination

For a domestic health certificate, your pet must be examined by a vet within 10 days of travel. A current rabies vaccination is also required. May be completed in as little as (1) visit.



International Travel Certificates
(1-6 months before travel)

May Require: XYZ form, Rabies vaccination and/or titer, microchip ID, parasite treatment

International travel requirements can be simple or complex. Some certificates, such as those for Mexico, the EU, and Canada, can require as few as (1) visit and can sometimes be completed same-day. Other destinations such as Australia, Hawaii, and New Zealand require more vaccines and longer waiting periods, taking anywhere from (2-4) visits and 2-6 months to certify for.



Emotional Support Animals
May Require: Veterinary Health form

Your Emotional Support Animal may need a veterinary health form to be certified for travel. A veterinarian can complete the form for you after (1) comprehensive in-home exam, or if you have had an exam recently, with no exam at all.