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Travel Documentation - Health and Acclimation Certificate

The Health and Acclimation certificate should indicate the animal’s readiness for travel and any constraints (including the acceptable range of travel temperature). The Health and Acclimation certificate must be signed by a licensed veterinarian within 10 days of the animal’s travel date.

Health and Acclimation certificate for air travel should include ____.

A) the weight of the dog

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B) the range of temperature within which the dog can travel

CORRECT! the Health and Acclimation Certificate should specify the range of temperatures within which the dog may travel         

The lessons below are designed for pet owners who are planning to travel with their dogs and airport personnel who have the responsibility of accepting dogs for air travel. After reviewing this lesson, you will understand the factors that can improve the safety of dogs during air travel. To learn how to plan for the safety of your dog during air travel: 1) read the instructions online, 2) watch the movie, or 3) view the practice activities below.

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