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At least one month prior to travel, check with:
- The State Veterinarian’s Office in the Department of Agriculture of your destination state. You must determine the state’s equine travel regulations, as individual entry requirements vary by location.
- Your local veterinarian. Discuss with him or her all of the information you have gathered, and request additional vaccinations or health papers if needed.
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Canada Border Services Agency

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is committed to providing the best possible service, which includes helping you know what to expect when you arrive at the Canadian border.You may wi


Transporting your horse across the Canada-USA border requires preparation and adequate documentation. The following is a collection of information for successfully transporting your horses.W

Equine Canada

It is the responsibility of the person(s) travelling with the horses(s) to ensure proper documentation is provided to border officials when transporting horses across the border and to verify which

Interstate Animal Movement Requirements

This site is operated by Trace First Limited (TFL) on behalf of NIAA and USAHA. TFL makes reasonable efforts to ensure that the data is accurate and up-to-date but disclaims liability or responsibi

Oregon Department of Agriculture

The major goal of the Animal Health and Identification programs is to enhance economic production of livestock.Our three major programs work toward the following: -Control and eradicate animal dise

State of Idaho Agriculture

Idaho has species-specific importation requirements. Please use the information provided here to answer any questions you may have, but remember that you are responsible for being in compliance wit

United States Animal Health Association

The United States Animal Health Association is a forum for communication and coordination among State and Federal governments, universities, industry, and other concerned groups for consideration o

Washington State Department of Agriculture

Through service, regulation, and advocacy, the Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA) supports the viability and vitality of agriculture while protecting consumers, public health, and th