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Interstate Health Certificate Form

Please fill out the following PRIOR to scheduling an appointment.
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  • Owner details

  • Pet information

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  • Drop files here or
    Signed rabies certificate with date of last vaccination, name of the manufacturer, batch (serial) number, and date of when next rabies booster is due and doctor’s signature – documents needed on the day of visit. (Not required to submit this form)

Disclaimer: Once this form and the required documents are received, one of our staff members will reach out to schedule an appointment.

For Domestic Travel (Within the USA)
Many states require an up-to-date Certificate of Veterinary Inspection from a licensed, accredited veterinarian when traveling. Your pet must be examined by a veterinarian in order for a health certificate to be issued. This certificate indicates that your pet is healthy for travel and that he or she is not showing signs of disease. This certificate is required by most airlines in order for your pet to travel within the continental United States.


We strongly recommend contacting your individual airline to understand their specific travel requirements. Oftentimes airlines require that your pet be examined by a veterinarian and a health certificate issued within 10 days of travel. Check with your airline to ensure that your paperwork will be in order (THIS IS NOT OUR RESPONSIBILITY). If necessary we are able to add a certificate of acclimation to your pet’s travel papers. This certificate is written at the discretion of our veterinarians and is based upon our vet’s assessment of your pet’s health allowing him or her to travel above or below certain temperatures.