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Dream_Chaser!

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Posted: 09/09/19 03:25pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Are there any restrictions or rules to follow when taking dog food across the border?

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Yes there is. If I remember correctly, you cant have any lamb or goat. A google search will show you.

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Canada has a great website regarding what they do and don't allow.


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Posted: 09/09/19 05:35pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

a majority of the dry dog foods sold in a bag in Canada are sourced or manufactured in the U.S.A. I always keep the bag in my R.V. so I can show it to U.S Border agents if they ask about it.


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winniman wrote:

Yes there is. If I remember correctly, you cant have any lamb or goat. A google search will show you.

We got asked about that once, couldn't believe it. Never been questioned about it since.

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Make sure you keep the food in original package or at least keep the original bag.

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Never been questioned about it in many crossings.


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dfm, is right.

To go to the USA it has to have been made in the USA and as said before, it has to be in the original bags.

'Tis why I fed mine Purina. 'Cause you can get it in both countries and vets agree that it is good nutrition.

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