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 on vacation or moving to a new destination with your furry friend(s), you will likely need a CVI document for each of them. This is true if you fly with your pet or if you drive into another state by vehicle.
As mentioned, there are exceptions to the CVI requirement in certain states and for certain types of pets, but you will need to check those carefully in advance. At Vet Sentry, we are the source veterinarians need when it comes to the fast and efficient production of this animal inspection health certificate.
Getting a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection
You can obtain one of these certifications from a properly certified veterinarian after the veterinarian checks your pet for certain diseases such as rabies or distemper. The USDA National Veterinary Accreditation Program (NVAP) authorizes your veterinarian to regulate the movement of animals from state to state based on the presence of any diseases in the animals. Only USDA accredited veterinarians may issue one of the certificates.
Some Veterinarians Use eCVI Software to Easily and Quickly Generate CVIs
As it regards, animal inspections, it is important as a veterinarian to provide your clients with the most efficient and reliable mean for reporting. With a certificate of veterinary inspection form we provide, you have a more uniform reporting tool that helps ensure the smooth relocation of animals.
At Vet Sentry, we offer to provide the resources to your clients they need to improve the traceability and readability of livestock and other animals in the best way. With our eCVI software you can produce the documentation required easily and quickly from a mobile PDA or a computer. States that now require this electronic form include Alaska, Georgia, and New York.
At Vet Sentry, we have an easier way to produce the animal inspection certificates your clients need. For more information, call us today at 320.216.7617 or send us a message by email at scott@Vet-Sentry.com.
Posted on : 22 September 2021