Are you traveling domestically within the Sultanate of OMAN? As a federally accredited veterinarian practice, we can issue travel certificates for your healthy pet so they can travel with you.
If you are planning on traveling by plane, boat, or car with your pet to another state, your pet may require a domestic health certificate.
As a Royal Oman Police accredited veterinarian practice, we can issue travel health certificates (Certificate of Veterinary Inspection) for your healthy cat, dog, or other animal so that they may travel with you.
Why does my pet need a certificate to travel?
Health certificates are Ministry of Agriculture and Animals Sultanate of OMAN documents that indicate your pet is healthy to travel and won’t pose a health risk to other pets or people.
Animal health requirements may differ state to state; even airlines may have their own pet travel requirements. Check with your airline and the states you’re traveling to see if they require a health certificate.
When should I start the process?
Since animal health requirements may differ between states and airlines, we encourage you to contact our accredited veterinary practice to obtain a health certificate as soon as your travel dates are solidified.
Certificates must be issued within 10 days of travel. It is important to note that a pet must be at least eight weeks old and fully weaned before traveling. The process should be started early to allow time for meeting requirements.
How can I obtain a domestic health certificate?
First, check with your airline and destination states to see if a travel health certificate is required.
If a certificate is required, your pet must have a passing health exam and up to date rabies vaccinations to travel. If all of these requirements are met, we will issue a travel certificate for your pet.