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|01-15-2012 05:57 AM|
Originally Posted by Controlled Jibe View Post
|01-05-2012 09:06 PM|
|Controlled Jibe||We're also planning on bringing a dog aboard to mexico, specifically the baja peninsula and the islands in the Sea of Cortez. Does anyone have experience cruising with dogs in this area? Any suggestions would be appreciated. thanks|
|12-23-2011 09:26 AM|
Originally Posted by TQA View Post
|12-20-2011 09:50 PM|
|bjslife||Please let me know what you find out. I am in Oregon on the coast and have 2 small mini dogs and plan to travel south this spring. thanks|
|12-17-2011 09:43 PM|
Thanks for your replies!
I'll check out noonsite!
Interestingly, search on the forum produces no results if the string is 3 or less characters, so "dog", "pet" or "cat" got no results
|12-15-2011 08:05 PM|
This was discussed at length recently
do a search on dog and you should find it.
|12-15-2011 04:09 PM|
|JedNeck||Maybe Land is on to something. Tell them that your pup is actually a horse.|
|12-15-2011 04:00 PM|
|LandLocked66c||Oh boy! That's alot of DOG. Everything i've heard is it's a big PITA... But at least you'd have something to ride around on when on land!|
|12-15-2011 03:56 PM|
You can find the rules for each country at noonsite.com
Dogs are frequently not welcome in the Carib unless they are independently wealthy.
|12-15-2011 03:08 PM|
We have friends who cruised in the Eastern Caribbean with a wonderful standard poodle and they found it to be very difficult and very costly. I don't remember the details but there were some countries that did not allow dog's to enter without extended isolation in kennels. In other country's a vet had to come to the boat to see the dock at a cost of $100 to $200. For one winter's cruising they had spent something like $2000 on fees related to the dog.
Good luck, don't know if Noonsite has dog info? Have you checked there?
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