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Old 07-23-2016, 02:22 PM   #1
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First stop on our cross country trip. We will be towing our VW jetta on a Master Tow Dolly. Wondering if there are any issues heading into Canada or if we are better off staying on the US side and driving in and back? We would have the motorhome with the car tow, and a dog and bearded dragon (just trying to be thorough).

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We were not traveling with pets, but I recall signs about cats and dogs needing papers. Other issues regarding firearms, meats, houseplants, and Canadian insurance, as I recall. Canada has a pretty detailed website on the question, if you want to Google it. \ken
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Unless you are planning on going through Canada to somewhere you are better off parking on this size and day tripping with the car. There are huge parking lots and shuttle service on each side. Some of the attractions like the boats run from both sides. Others are side specific.

The dog should not be a problem but I would check on the lizard. That could be. The problem with Customs each way is that most folks run through in a couple of minutes. One wrong word and it can change to hours. The less you have to inspect the less chance you have of a hassle. If you have a hassle the less to wait for them to go through.
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Here are a couple of links to get you started:

http://www.inspection.gc.ca/animals/.../1300387824030

What Can I Bring Into Canada in Terms Of Food, Plant, Animal and Related Products? - Food - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

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