What type of veterinary certificate do I require to take out insurance with Towergate Equine?
Veterinary certificate – a document required for the import-export of goods subject to veterinary control across the customs border and in some cases – when they are moved within the customs territory—the list of such goods Usually approved by some government agency. I started getting interested in this when I decided to learn how to train my dog and started looking for all kinds of information about the world of pets. I found information relating to training. If you are interested, https://www.veterinaryschoolsu.com/training/business/, and along the way, it looked at the legal framework in this area, so it is interesting to look for information.
I don’t know what type you will need for this company, but when I have insured my horse I have had a standard veterinary certificate, and I have had no problem. I forgot how that company is named, but if I will remember I will add this to my comment. I remember that I have found it with the help of the nurse who is taking care of my grandparents. I can assure you that it’s no problem if you will simply ask them and won’t guess on sites, it will be easier and wiser.
• Horse valued at £5,000 and over: 5 stage BVA (British Veterinary Association) certificate • Horse valued in excess of £2,000 if the horse is aged 10 years and over: 2 stage BVA mortality certificate • Where a horse has been owned for more than a year without insurance: 2 stage BVA mortality certificate • Valued at £10,000 and over: 5 stage BVA certificate and x-rays of front feet with the shoes removed (the underwriters reserve the right to request further x-rays)
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