Pets, livestock can't travel out of state without certification

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Tue December 10, 2013

Pets, livestock can't travel out of state without certification

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Officials say requiring all animals to be accompanied by a recent Certificate of Veterinary Inspection protects the state’s animals from disease outbreaks.
KALAMAZOO, MI -- Going to Grandma's for Christmas dinner and planning to take the family pet along for the ride? Even if you're just driving to Indiana for dinner, state law requires that the dog have a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection, issued within the previous 30 days, said Janet Berish, animal health specialist with the Indiana Board of Animal Health.