On our previous trips to the U.S. we travel with commercial brand dog food and cat food. We bring the empty bags with us to prove the contents. Otherwise, we have no food, as we are only 20 miles from the border and shop at Costco in Bellingham.
We crossed just South of Winnipeg a couple of days ago, and having already been on the road for over a week had pet food, frozen meat (beef, chicken and pork), frozen veg, fresh onions, salad, bananas, milk, cheese, etc.
Having no Wi-Fi the previous 2 nights I was unable to research the website. At the border we were requested to complete an Agriculture inspection, which is normal with the RV. The agent was brilliant and I explained that I'm not sure of the requirements and would appreciate an inspection to ensure we comply.
I had everything open and ready for inspection and when finished, he advised we were OK. Also had some beer, wine, rum, etc,
However, last time across the border on the west Coast, they took the cat food, because we didn't have an empty bag to prove the contents.
Andy & Judi, Canine Companions Duke & Kona
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