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International Travel and Health Certificate Form


Thank you for notifying us of your intention for your pet to travel internationally.  Submitting the forms below prior to your appointment will help streamline the process of completing the health and documentation requirements for your pet's travel. We strongly recommend that you consult the USDA APHIS Pet travel page prior to scheduling travel to review destination country requirements. Because regulations and requirements vary greatly by country, the fee is based upon your pet’s destination.

We look forward to working with you to make your pet’s travel as smooth as possible. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.

If you'd like to print out, complete, and drop off this form off at one of our four locations, please click here.  Included in this packet is 1. International Travel Release Form 2. International Travel Information Form 3. USDA International Health Certificate 4. Pet Travel Tips. All of the same information can be found on our International Health Certificates page and our Traveling with Your Pet page. 

By providing the information below, you will help expedite the necessary paperwork for you and your pet’s travel.

Please fill out this form at least 5 days PRIOR to your international health certificate visit.

 

 
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Client Information
Patient Information
Two Most Recent Rabies Vaccinations:
Travel Information
We know that traveling internationally with a pet can be a stressful time for everyone involved. Regulations for international pet travel vary greatly by destination and change frequently. The documentation and medical requirements can be quite complicated and time-sensitive. Therefore, Georgia Veterinary Associates highly recommends utilizing a third party pet travel service to assist you in making sure everything is taken care of in the proper time frame and documented correctly. While we are committed to providing the outstanding service that you have come to expect from all of the Georgia Veterinary Associates hospitals, please understand that our expertise is in veterinary care and not international travel for pets. We will follow government regulations for fulfillment of any medical treatments, vaccinations, and testing for your pet and complete the necessary forms related to your specific travel. However, we require you, the pet owner, to do your due diligence by researching all the necessary prerequisites and ensuring those prerequisites are met prior to your upcoming international travel. We will do our best to most accurately complete all necessary health certificates and provide all documentation that is necessary for travel with your pet based on the information provided to us by you and the USDA, but we cannot guarantee the success of your pet’s international transportation or acceptance into the destination country. Additionally, we cannot accept responsibility for any expenses if you or your pet’s travel is delayed. Please note that any fees associated with vaccinations, microchip implantation, and/or other medical treatments or tests required for your pet’s travel are separate from the health certificate and exam fee.