Travel

We want to make travelling as stress-free as possible for all our patients. See our travel checklist (below) to help with your travel plans. If travelling to a different country, be sure to check their rules and pet specific requirements as far in advance as possible so you can plan accordingly and have no problems at the boarder. Also, be sure to let us know of your travel plans so we can make appropriate recommendations for heartworm/parasite prevention, parasite treatment and prevention, travel anxiety or travel sickness for your cat.


Travel checklist

  • Crate for sleeping in/or travelling in
  • Food and water bowls
  • Cat food – be sure you have enough for the whole trip and then some. Changing foods on the road may result in diarrhea.
  • Also your usual brand may not be available in all areas
  • Paper towel/cat towels
  • Litter that your cat is used to and a litter box
  • Flashlight
  • Grooming supplies
  • Neutral scent room deodorizer
  • Toys and treats – good to keep your cat entertained
  • Medications if necessary
  • First aid kit
  • Two or more crate mats/blankets
  • Leash and harness if you plan on having your cat outdoors

On your cat:

  • Collar
  • ID tags with home address and cell phone number (it may also be helpful to have designation address and phone number as well)
  • Rabies tag
  • External microchip tag

In your wallet:

  • Rabies and vaccination certificates
  • Health record book
  • List of tattoo/microchip numbers, license and Rabies tag number
  • Recent photos of your cat
  • Veterinary Hospital phone number

 


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