Making Traveling Together Easier

Most airlines have strict regulations about flying with animals, so bring your pet in to ensure these standards are met. At Abbey Animal Hospital, we have a USDA-accredited veterinarian available by appointment. Due to the varied nature of domestic airlines, it’s best to do some advance research to get a clear understanding of what’s expected. It may take time for your pet to meet some of the requirements, so be sure see us as soon as possible to get your pet ready for travel.

International Travel

Traveling to another country with your pet is more complicated than traveling domestically. It is for this reason we are no longer able to offer International Health Certificates.  It’s wise to contact the local embassy or consulate of your travel destination to get more detailed information about traveling in that country with your pet.

Click here to download the Travel Health Certificate form.

For More Information on Pet Travel click here: USDA PET TRAVEL

Looking for a place to travel with your pet?  Check out this piece by which walks readers through the important factors to consider, including dog-friendly hotel availability, dog parks and beaches, pet care and vet availability, and even population density (so fido’s sensitive nose and ears aren’t overwhelmed): The Best Places to Visit With Your Dog