It is most likely that you will need help with paperwork because, believe me, the list of rules and policies seems endless. Hence, you can seek help from pet transport service providers who will not only help you with paperwork but will ensure that your pet has a safe flight….
Every time you set for an international journey, you have a long to-do list. This includes a lot of pre-trip arrangements. So, if you decide to take your pet along with you on your next international journey, how well prepared are you? I mean, how prepared is your pet for the international travel?
Pet transport can be a difficult task, even on a domestic level or relocating a few blocks away. An international trip for your pet is tougher than the domestic trips. To ensure your pet is ready for a long trip, there are a few that you should do to get your pet ready.
You will need to go through some paperwork, extra fees and several other precautions to ensure that your pet has a safe journey. You can make a to-do list for your pet’s journey too. This should include: health checks, blood tests, vaccinations, pre-export quarantine, import permits, AQIS paperwork, pre-export boarding and many more important points. The list will vary depending on the place that you are visiting. Each country has a different set of rules and policies for pet transport.
It is most likely that you will need help with paperwork because, believe me, the list of rules and policies seems endless. Hence, you can seek help from pet transport service providers who will not only help you with paperwork but will ensure that your pet has a safe flight. These pet transport service providers are a great source of help in easing off your stress regarding pet immigration.
Once you are aware of the destination country’s import requirements and are preparing your pet for it, you need to check for airlines that will transport you and your pet to that country. You will need to go through the airlines pet policy and how they intend to take care of your precious pet on the long journey.
What more, you will also need an international health certificate for your pet. You should check with the consulate of the country you are visiting if they have any specific requirements related to the health certificate. The veterinarian will provide you with a certificate which will state that your pet is free of disease and has received the necessary vaccinations for the journey.
As I conclude, I would like to tell you that amidst being busy with the paperwork and such formalities, do not neglect your pet’s needs. After all, your pet’s happiness is at stake. You should mentally prepare it for the long flight using various methods. For the best type of methods, contact your local vet who might have some great distraction ideas, to keep your pet busy during the trip.