In this interview, a veterinarian with Delta Airlines, shares important information to known when your pet tags along on your next trip
When it comes to preparing to take a pet on a plane, Nelva Bryant, DVM, MPH, veterinarian at Delta Airlines, emphasizes doing your research. In this dvm360® interview, she shares that there are many discrepancies based on the respective airline and destination permitting pets to travel by air.
The following is a partial transcript of the video.
Nelva Bryant, DVM, MPH: Depending on your destination, if you're traveling in the continental United States, most likely as far as regulations or the requirements, you're going to need a certificate of veterinary inspection, it's also called a health certificate. Your pet will need that to travel domestically, basically...If you're going to Hawaii, Guam, or Puerto Rico, in addition to that certificate of veterinary inspection, your pet may be required to have potentially, a rabies titer done prior to travel or an import permit may be required as well.
Watch the full interview on Medical World News™ here.