Sanitary requirements for export rabbit furs from Canada to Japan
HA 2503 (September 4, 2009)
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- Canada has been free of Foot and Mouth Disease, Rinderpest, African Horse Sickness, Vesicular Stomatitis and Rift Valley Fever for six months prior to export. Vaccination against these diseases is prohibited in Canada.
- The furs have been cleaned and dried.
- The furs were obtained, stored and transported in such a manner as to prevent contamination by communicable animal disease pathogens.
- The furs were derived from animals that were found clinically healthy by veterinary examination prior to slaughter, either on farm or at the slaughter house.
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