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Health Certificates

Pet Health Certificates in Union & Westfield, NJ

Peace of Mind for Your Travels 

Whether you are traveling domestically or internationally, many airlines, trains, buses, or boats require health certificates for pets who are traveling with you. Even if you are just crossing state lines, you will need a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection to ensure that you are complying with all federal, state, and local laws. At Westfield Veterinary Group, we offer health certificate services in Union and Westfield, NJ. Our team of expert veterinarians know exactly what you will need to safely and legally travel with your pet. We can also help you prepare for traveling with your pet, which can be a stressful experience for all involved. Westfield Veterinary Group is your partner in traveling with your pet! 

For more information about health certificates for traveling with your pet, please contact us online today.

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We can help you get these items together to ensure that your pet is comfortable for the duration of their trip. If your pet is an anxious traveler, we can make suggestions as to different methods that might make your pet more comfortable. If your pet is sick, elderly, or temperamental, we may recommend that you seek out a pet sitter or have your pet board with us instead of traveling together. Ultimately, we want to help you and your pet make the most of your travels. 

Do you have questions or concerns about traveling with your pet?  Please contact us online to get help today.

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What to Know about Traveling with Your Pet 

If traveling with your pet seems daunting, you are not alone! The logistics of making sure both you and your pet are ready for that trip can be complicated and overwhelming. Our team is here to help you navigate the legal requirements for your travel, as well as the logistics for ensuring your pet is able to travel safely and comfortably. 

To properly travel with your pet, you will need to bring these items with you: 

  • Identification for your pet, including a current color photograph and your pet’s ID tag with your name, address, and phone number.
  • You might also consider a special travel ID tag that includes your local contact information. 
  • Your pet’s medical records, which should include pre-existing conditions and any medications that your pet is currently taking. 
  • Certificate of Veterinary Inspection, which we can provide for you, that includes proof of vaccinations and a statement that indicates your pet is not showing signs of diseases.
  • Some airlines may require an acclimation certificate; check your airline’s specific requirements. 

Items for your pet to keep them healthy and comfortable, including: 

  • Any prescribed medications
  • Collar, leash, and/or harness
  • Crate with a bed and/or blankets 
  • Food, water, and the dishes to go with them 
  • A first aid kit for your pet
  • A list of local veterinarians and 24-hour emergency care 
What Makes union Different?

Union offers urgent & critical care, onsite diagnostic, hospitalized care (including ICU & Isolation), specialty referral consultations, exotic appointments, wellness and preventive services, surgery, dentistry, and goodbye services. The clinic has caring veterinarians that will provide the best possible care to every pet.

What makes Westfield Different?

Westfield offers wellness + preventive services, diagnostics, surgery, dentistry, rehabilitation, and goodbye services. 99% of the time we will fit you in the same day. The clinic has a large + diverse amount of services and caring veterinarians that will provide the best possible care to every pet. 

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