ARMY VETERAN owned since 1969 Located near Washington, D.C. Dulles IAD, Reagan DCA, Baltimore BWI
Member: ASTA American Society Of Travel Agents
Associate Member: American Foreign Service Ass'n
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We provide easy, affordable over the road Pet Travel to/from following military bases: Quantico, Norfolk, Ft Belvoir, Ft Lee, Ft Bragg, Camp Lejeune, Ft Meade, Andrews AFB, Ft Knox, Dover AFB, Ft Campbell and Ft Jackson
Global Pet Transportation at a MUCH lower cost than IPATA pet shippers
As ACTION PET TAXI Pet Transporters, we provide over the road Door to Door pet (animal: dogs, cats) delivery throughout: Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Ohio, North and South Carolina, Tennessee, Washington D.C., New Jersey, New York and ALL New England
Bottom Line: If you use an IPATA 3rd party pet shipper (a middleman) you are spending WAY too much MONEY! 3rd party shippers NEVER see your pets. They just see how much money they can take from you! read on....
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Hawaii • Australia • France • Ireland • New Zealand • United Kingdom For International travel, the rabies shot must be at least 30 days old and not more than 1 year old regardless of type of vaccine. We recommend Rabies shots for cats, even though they are not always required.
We ask that you have four (4) copies of the health certificate from the Veterinarian which should be issued not more than 10 days before travel. Also, VERY IMPORTANT: Be sure a complete shot record is attached, showing ALL shots, including Rabies. In very rare instances, the pet may need to be boarded during travel times, and the kennel will require proof of shots. If a pet does NOT have certain shots due to age or health reasons, the Veterinarian should so note.
During cold weather, the Veterinarian should provide a letter of acclimation stating the pet can accomodate temperatures from 20 to 45 degrees F, or else the airline may refuse shipment.
Some states and countries have strict vaccination and quarantine laws. These laws are in place to protect your beloved pet, as well as local animals from potential incubating diseases your pet may have. We have provided links below to some of the states and coutries that have these srtict vaccination and quarantine laws.
States and countries with strict rabies control & quarantine