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Recent GVL Blog Posts

Q&A from Cattle Interstate Travel Compliance Webinar

Q&A from Cattle Interstate Travel Compliance Webinar

In our recent webinar, Interstate Travel and Movement Compliance for Cattle (recorded 3/24/21), Dr. Amanda Price dives deeper into moving cattle throughout the US, including the identification, testing, and documentation requirements.  Here, we’re sharing resources...

Changes in Small Animal Movement Documents

Changes in Small Animal Movement Documents

What veterinarians and their clients should know about APHIS 7001 forms and health certificates for petsTraveling with or transporting small animal species (cats, dogs, ferrets, rodents, birds, lizards, etc.) may require a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI)...

Indiana Accepts Extended Equine Certificate of Veterinary Inspection

Indiana Accepts Extended Equine Certificate of Veterinary Inspection

Six-month horse health certificate program now includes IndianaEquine owners in Indiana have a new paperless option for interstate travel with their horses, as the state now accepts Extended Equine Certificates of Veterinary Inspection (EECVI). By allowing the use of...