Is Your Vet USDA Accredited and what does that mean?
A USDA Accredited Veterinarian has completed formal training from the National Veterinary Accreditation Program (NVAP) in the state(s) they are licensed to practice medicine. Accreditation is state-specific and is voluntary. Not all veterinarians are accredited. Your pet must be examined by a USDA Accredited Veterinarian for the completion of the health certificate required for travel.
If you are located to the Dallas-Fort Worth area and would like personal assistance with managing the health certificate and other pet-related documents, The Pet Porters work with several local USDA accredited veterinarians and can assist.
If you need assistance locating an accredited veterinarian near you, check out the Public Search “Find an Accredited Veterinarian” too here: https://vsapps.aphis.usda.gov/vsps/
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