Travel Certificates in Seattle

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Have you ever wondered what it takes to get a dog into Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands? Or a cat to the urban jungle of Shanghai, China? Most people are familiar enough with the process of international movement of people; a passport, sometimes a visa, a plane ticket, and a suitcase of weather appropriate clothing is generally all that is needed to see the sights of the world. For cats, dogs, birds, and other pet species, though, the process is often much, much more involved and requires testing, vaccinations, and receiving a travel certificate from a USDA-certified veterinarian.. Some countries, like those of the European Union, have pet passport systems in place that allow for easy movement between member nations. Other countries, like Australia and New Zealand, can take months of prep time in order to have everything lined up to enter due to their lack of certain infectious diseases. The cost and extent of testing and documentation required can vary tremendously between countries.

International Travel with Your Furry Friend

If you are considering traveling the world with Fido or seeing the sights with Fluffy, it is recommended that you reach out to your veterinarian regarding travel certificates in Seattle as soon as you start planning the trip. Some destinations can require over 6 months of lead time in order to get all of the requisite testing and paperwork performed. If the process is started too late, your pet might get stuck in quarantine at their destination for months-- that’s no fun for anyone!

Travel Certificates in Seattle

Here at Montgomery Mobile we are fortunate enough to have a veterinarian who enjoys the painstaking minutiae of pet travel: Dr. Q. She has written health certificates for pets traveling to every continent in the world (minus Antarctica because, really, other than penguins, who needs to travel there?). Dr. Q is also trilingual and has studied a total of six languages (Latin, Portuguese, French, Italian, German, Cape Verdean Creole) over the years, which means that she is probably very jealous of your pet’s final destination.

If you are searching for a veterinarian who is authorized to write travel certificates in Seattle, we can help. Please give us a call so that we can get your pets documents underway!

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