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gboneker
11/16/2009 13:18 EST

Is there anyway around the two dog limit. Can you get an exception from a consulate?

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ASOMOmty
11/16/2009 22:04 EST

I would think if you simply made two trips with no more than 2 pets per trip you would be fine. The number of pets is not noted on any of your documents...or if you are a family, perhaps bring them as if you were separate. I had all the paperwork for our dog ready to go and it was not even glanced at--we drove down..

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papadon
12/1/2009 14:30 EST

My recent experience was similiar and I crossed through Eagle Pass, TX/Peidras Negras and was very surprised how very easy and hassle proof it was. Thanks to Expat Peter Schuster Tequisquiapan, Queretaro,
I am settling in here in Tequis with Wife and two dogs.
I have found my little corner of Paradise.
Come on down!!
Don Pendergrass

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papadon
12/1/2009 14:33 EST

P.S.,
I think I could have crossed a Menagerie
Come on down!!!

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Stuart
12/4/2009 11:12 EST

I have been over the border with dogs (other peoples'!) three times now. Nobody gives a damn! No papers demanded or inspected.
If you want to be extra cautious, present yourselves as two families.

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RVGRINGO
12/4/2009 12:04 EST

All of the border agents have been replaced with university graduates, trained in the laws and duties. This is quite new, this year, and things are a lot more strict. So, have your pet's papers in order, along with everything else in compliance with the requirements for your vehicle and immigration status. There can be high fines and vehicle confiscations if you are a flagrant violator.

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