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USDA Pet Health Certificates for International & Domestic Travel

A USDA pet health certificate (aka Certificate of Veterinary Inspection or CVI) is a document completed by a licensed, USDA accredited veterinarian after conducting a comprehensive examination of your pet. The document contains information about your pet such as breed, age, and if it is microchipped.

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Important Things to Keep in Mind Regarding Your Veterinarian Health Certificate Exam

There are many things to get ready when you are planning a trip, and that list becomes even longer when your pet is traveling with you! At Vet Sentry, we can help ensure you are able to obtain the veterinarian health certificate (eCVI) you need in plenty of time for your upcoming trip.

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How to Create Electronic Certificates of Veterinary Inspection

Organizations that move animals to other states for adoption purposes need to obtain authorized certificates of veterinary inspection (CVI) for each animal to be transported. The states regulate the use of these certificates.

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Benefits of Electronic Health Record Certification

At Vet Sentry, we offer our electronic health certificate solutions to help Cat I and Cat II veterinarians. It is now possible to easily and quickly create a veterinary health certificate, while maintaining the integrity of input data.

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How to Get a Dog Health Certificate?

A dog health certificate is also referred to more commonly as a certificate of veterinary inspection (CVI). It is similar to other certificates that confirm the health of other animals. The certificate verifies that an authorized veterinarian has performed a complete health examination of the dog and that the dog is properly vaccinated and does not carry any transmissible disease.

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Benefits of an Animal Traceability System

The process of animal identification involves maintaining records on particular farm animals or entire groups of these animals to track them efficiently from birth and onward. The purpose for using animal IDs has progressed from proving ownership to preventing theft to having the ability to quickly respond to concerns related to animal health and/or food safety.

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What is the Difference Between an eCVI and ICVI?

Interstate certificates of veterinary inspection (ICVI) are a valuable tool in the effort to preserve the health of animals and livestock in the United States. These ICVIs are governed by the states to superintend the transport of animals between states, react efficiently and promptly to animal health concerns, and enforce applicable regulations.

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What is a Pet Health Certificate and How Do I Obtain One?

A pet health certificate, also certificate of veterinarian inspection (CVI), is a document your veterinarian completes after conducting a comprehensive exam of your pet. This document confirms that your pet is free of disease and has received the required up-to-date vaccines.

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Low-Cost Veterinary Services and Traveling with Your Pet

Taking care of pets can be an expensive proposition. From yearly vaccines, to checkups to other veterinary emergency visits, the cost can put a big dent in your budget. Depending on your specific situation, you have thought about taking your pet to a discount veterinarian in order to some save money.

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What is Animal Traceability? What is the Importance of the Traceability of Animals?

Knowing the location of at-risk, exposed, and diseased animals, where they have been, and when they may have made contact with other animals is vital to facilitating a fast and effective response when animal diseases has been diagnosed. This is referred to as animal traceability.

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What is a Dog Health Certificate? Why is it Important?

Are you making plans to travel with your dog to another state, or beyond? If so, you will likely need a dog health certificate. If you have not heard about this document, don't worry. We'll bring you up to speed. The process of getting one of these certificates is not super complicated.

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What is a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection?

Are you planning to take your pets or animals to another state in the U.S. or overseas in the near future? If so, you will probably need a certificate of veterinary inspection (CVI). At Vet Sentry, we accelerate the process of acquiring the veterinary inspection certificates you need for your travel plans.

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How to Get a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection

Are you aware that generally (with some exceptions) you need to have a certificate of veterinary inspection (CVI) in order to travel legally from one state to another with your pet, such as a dog or cat? Regardless of whether you are traveling with your pet to another state

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Travel Health Certificates of Veterinary Inspection (CVI) for Pets

Are you planning to move your pet(s) or other animal(s) from one state to another, or to another country? If so, you will probably need to get a certificate of veterinary inspection (CVI). These CVIs are often required for animals to participate in various type of events, such as sales, rides, and shows.

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10 Reasons Veterinary Practices Must Go Digital

A certificate of veterinarian inspection (CVI) is required by states for travel between states (interstate travel) and in some cases, travel within a state (intrastate travel). A certificate of veterinary inspection, also called a health certificate, ensures that your livestock/pet has been checked recently by a veterinarian and that the animal at the time of inspection showed no indications of illness.

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10 Reasons Veterinary Practices Must Go Digital

When you need to perform an animal inspection, it is important to provide your veterinary clients with the strong reporting measures. A certificate of veterinary inspection form in PDF format provides a mechanism for reporting that is more standardized and helps ensure a smooth transfer of livestock. At Vet Sentry, we enable the easy and quick production of a veterinary certificate while protecting the integrity of data input.

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