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[*] posted on 2-23-2020 at 02:43 PM

Quote: Originally posted by AKgringo  
Archie, did you read the link I provided?

As of 12/16/2019 veterinary certificates are no longer required! When they were required, they were good for 30 days if travel was by land or sea, 10 if by air.

The airlines might still require one to fly with a pet, but not if you are driving across the border.
[Edited on 2-22-2020 by AKgringo]

The site refers to dogs and cats only, if you click on the "other pets" tab, it says that they have no official info for requirements on those cases.

My advice would be to get the most up to date information with the phone numbers and email at the end of the document I provided. Although vet calls are not as expensive as in the US, i would not risk my pet to be taken and quarantined out of my sight.
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[*] posted on 2-23-2020 at 03:04 PM

Yeah... my previous advice was based on the little guy standing on your keyboard 15 years ago. Not the big guy you later described.
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