Our hospital is an Animal Quarantine Approved Hospital.
The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has strict regulations about the importation of dogs, cats, turtles, monkeys, and other animals capable of causing human disease. Pets taken out of the United States are subject, upon return, to the same regulations as those entering for the first time.
If your pet requires quarantining after international travel, we are here to help. Basics of international travel are that the CDC does not require general health certificates for pets entering the United States. However, health certificates may be required for entry into some states, or may be required by airlines for pets. Check with officials at your destination and with your travel carrier prior to your travel date for any regulations you need to be aware of.