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Import permits removed for specific pet foods from the U.S.

     Pet Food

Effective April 15, 2015, Import Permits will no longer be required for U.S. made processed pet food and treats containing bovinae ingredients for commercial sale or re-sale in Canada. 

Import permits are still required for:

  • Raw pet diets containing animal products and by-products that are not heat-treated/shelf stable
  • Processed pet foods and diets containing animal products and by-products, imported for use in laboratories

Import Permits for U.S. made processed non-bovinae pet food and treats will be removed June 30, 2015.

For more information, contact Brian Rowe, General Manager – Customs Consulting Services.

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