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Has anyone had any experience with this? What paperwork/money is involved?

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I did this about 4 years back. I think that we needed to have them licensed as well.
 

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They didn't ask me if they were liscensed they asked if I had rabbies shots paper work. But they didn't ask to see it.

I was told they may ask for a health certificate. But they didn't.

Infact they really didn't seem to care about the dogs at all and I had a truck full.



Here this is off the link big Frank posted.
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Dogs and cats from the U.S. that are at least three months old need signed and dated certificates from a veterinarian verifying that they have been vaccinated against rabies within the last three years. The certificate must clearly identify the animal. If your dogs or cats are less than three months old, you do not need a certificate of rabies vaccination signed by a veterinarian to enter Canada. However, the animals must be in good health when they arrive. You can also see information on the Worldwide Web at http://www.cfia-acia.agr.ca/.
 
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