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Manitoulin resorts-pet friendly

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Manitoulin resorts-pet friendly

We are looking for interesting

lodging on Manitoulin that is

pet-friendly. We would sure appreciate suggestions. Any ideas

for French River region and Muskoka

also would be appreciated

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1. Re: Manitoulin resorts-pet friendly

Hi;

Sorry, can't help with the lodging part, but wanted to ensure that something a simple as shots didn't ruin your vacation.

Ensure that your dog has had all it's shots, and bring proof of them with you. Canada Customs may ask for the paperwork, or deny entry to the animal.

From Canada Border Services website;

cbsa.gc.ca/E/pub/cp/rc4161/rc4161-e.html#P021

Animals

You may import pet dogs and cats younger than three months old from the United States without submitting any documentation.

However, a CFIA veterinarian must examine them if they appear unhealthy.

If you own an assistance dog that is certified as a guide, hearing or other service dog, the animal is not subject to any restrictions as long as it accompanies you to Canada.

If you own cats older than three months, dogs older than eight months and pet dogs between three and eight months, you may import them from the United States as long as they accompany you when you enter Canada.

You will also have to submit a certificate signed and dated by a veterinarian for each pet. The certificate must show that the animal is currently vaccinated against rabies and include the name of the vaccine used and its expiry date.

In addition, it has to identify the animal by breed, age, s ex, colouring and any distinguishing marks. We cannot accept an animal tag in place of a certificate.

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2. Re: Manitoulin resorts-pet friendly

I have a suggestion for Muskoka! Birch Crest Resort is wonderful. It is north of Huntsville just off hwy 11 (approx 45 mins north of Huntsville). We've been going there for years and the place is beautiful. They rent cottages and have a store and marina. Great place for families with a tonne of stuff to do for the kids. Our kids are 2 and 3 and it has a beautiful sandy beach and a playground... unlimited use of paddleboats, canoes and kayaks for free. You can also rent a boat for fishing. We like it because it's quiet and for families. Cottages are always clean and great prices... hope that helps. Their website is www.birchcrestresort.com

Andrea

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3. Re: Manitoulin resorts-pet friendly

Thanks for your helpful suggestions!

Very much appreciated....

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4. Re: Manitoulin resorts-pet friendly

You might have a look at this:

http://petfriendly.ca/rentals.php?city=Manitoulin+Island&id=5&page=

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5. Re: Manitoulin resorts-pet friendly

The Dunes B&B is pet friendly for well behaved pets.

It is located in Providence bay, on the south shore of the island. look up at bbcanada.com/thedunes

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6. Re: Manitoulin resorts-pet friendly

rono57;

This is an old post from 2007

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