Moving to another country is a major transition in life. Including your pet in such a move presents its own set of challenges. Fulfilling the requirements for pet travel often requires multiple documents, including a country-specific international health certificate that is completed by a USDA approved veterinarian.
Dr. Nelva Bryant serves Delta Air Lines as the industry’s first in-house veterinarian. Her role with Delta involves reviewing and revising policies related to the transportation of live animals. She is also the founder of When Pets Fly, a company leading the way to educate pet parents, veterinarians and the airline industry in best travel practices. She is the perfect guest to walk our listeners through the process of flying with our pets.
Here are links to the information we talked about today:
- Pet Travel Guidance for Pets Traveling to Another Country from the United States from the United States Department of Agriculture
- Learn more about Dr. Bryant including her appearances on other podcasts and media interviews on LinkedIn
- You can learn all about the When Pets Fly at their website
- Follow When Pets Fly on Facebook and Instagram
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