International Health Certificates are vital documents for pet owners looking to travel with their cats and dogs abroad. These certificates serve as proof that the animals are in good health and free from contagious diseases, ensuring the safety of both the pets and the destination country.

The process typically involves a veterinarian's examination, vaccinations, and the completion of required paperwork, including details about the pet's identity and vaccination history. Furthermore, compliance with the specific health and import regulations of the destination country is crucial.

Pet owners should be aware that International Health Certificates may vary depending on the destination, and it's essential to plan ahead and consult with a veterinarian to ensure a smooth and stress-free journey for their furry companions.

International Health Certificates can also be issued for pocket pets. 

Visit USDA (Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service) for more information.