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Information our veterinarians need to know before completing your pet’s international health certificate:
Please consult the APHIS pet travel website for this information prior to your consult and then discuss them with your veterinarian.
If you intend to bring your pet back into the U.S., there may be certain re-entry requirements, depending on where you traveled. You should plan for them now. See
the pet import section for details.
Work with your veterinarian to complete all required paperwork. Please consult the APHIS pet travel website to access the required certificate/form, when available.
After your health certificate has been completed, signed, and dated by your veterinarian, most countries require that international health certificates be submitted to a USDA APHIS Veterinary Services office for endorsement. Some offices offer to review health certificates prior to submission. Please work with your endorsing USDA office to determine your options for paperwork review and/or submission.