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Free Webinar Explains Rules For International Travel With Pets

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16th July, 2020 15h21

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Global Vet Link


The RACE approved webinar, International Pet Travel 101, will be presented by Dr. Nelva Bryant

 GVL® and Nelva Bryant, DVM, MPH, will present the free CE webinar, International Pet Travel 101, on July 28th at 1:00 p.m. (CDT) online.

When it comes to traveling outside of the US with pets, veterinarians are challenged with helping their clients navigate the various requirements for the destination country.

“Our job as veterinarians is to ensure our clients have the knowledge and appropriate documentation they need for safe, compliant travel with their animals,” says Dr. Bryant. “It takes so much time to understand each country’s unique rules and regulations, and this can be challenging and confusing for busy animal health professionals.”

In the upcoming free webinar, International Pet Travel 101, Dr. Bryant provides insights into the process, preparation needed and complex requirements for helping clients travel internationally with pets.

“While travel has slowed significantly because of COVID-19, we are seeing domestic and international travel picking back up,” Dr. Bryant added. “Now is the perfect time to brush up on international animal movement requirements, so that when clients are back to normal travel, you’ll be able to help them more effectively.”

Register for the webinar at www.globalvetlink.com/internationalpettravel101.

The GVL platform provides veterinarians with a tool to create and share valid documents for international pet travel (canine/feline) from the US. Built-in country requirements help ensure compliance and reduce errors, and their expert support team provides help every day from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (CDT). Learn more about international pet movement at globalvetlink.com/international.