Clark is braving the winter wonderland to put the finishing touches on his upcoming trip to Ireland. This handsome Irish Doodle has his international health certificate processed and is ready for a grand adventure!

Traveling outside the United States with your pet can often require a health certificate, which takes time, planning, and the help of your veterinarian. Your destination country sets requirements for pets entering the country, which can change at any time. Most countries require pets to arrive with a health certificate (also called an international health certificate, a veterinary health certificate, a veterinary certificate, or an export certificate). You must verify the country requirements each time you plan to travel with your pet and this may involve multiple agencies, including the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service’s (APHIS). We recommend utilizing a third party company who specializes in health certificates, as they are familiar with each country and their specific requirements.

With a bit of Irish luck, this cold snap might warm up before the big trip! Safe travels @southern_dood_clark! ☘️

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