International Pet Travel 101 (1 hour CE)

Understand the requirements for international pet movement

Presented by Nelva J. Bryant, DVM, MPH, Public Health and Regulatory Veterinarian

In this webinar (recorded 7/28/20), Dr. Nelva Bryant provided insights into international travel with pets, outlining the complex requirements involved that vary by country, offering suggestions to prepare clients for international travel, and demonstrating solutions that can ease the process.

We’ve summarized and shared all of the Q&A from the live webinar on the GVL blog. If you still have questions related to international travel with pets, please let us know.

This program has been approved for one hour of continuing education credit in jurisdictions that recognize RACE approval.

To earn CE credit, you must complete a post-course test, available here: CE certificates will be sent to everyone who qualifies within two weeks.

About Dr. Bryant

Nelva J. Bryant, DVM, MPH, is the former Public Health and Regulatory Veterinarian at Delta Cargo. She earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree and completed a veterinary pathology residency at Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, and has over 15 years of veterinary clinical practice experience as a small animal practitioner and relief veterinarian. A recent retiree of the US Public Health Service, where she served for 20 years, Nelva completed the final 12 years of her active duty career at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Before joining Delta, she served as Quarantine Veterinary Medical Officer and Dog Importation Regulations Subject Matter Expert in the Quarantine Border and Health Services Branch (QBHSB).

International Pet Movement Compliance with GVL

Valid documents for international travel with pets from the USA

Our team helps with all country requirements and provides unmatched support every day from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (CST).

  • Don’t waste time researching requirements
  • Get the support you need, when you need it
  • Decrease errors and re-work by over 50%
  • Reduce paper use with cloud-based software
  • Ensure clients have the documents they need
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