July 24, 2014

Remember to Bring Your Pet's Health Certificate

Make sure to ask your veterinarian to print out a copy of your pet's health certificate. Usually, the health certificate needs to be dated within ten days of your departure. You might be glad you brought it in case your flight or hotel accommodations request them.

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