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CDC BANS IMPORT OF HIGH-RISK RESCUE DOGS

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TheDogPlace.org offices just received this notice from the Centers For Disease Control! We don’t know whether to be glad or sad! If you plan to rescue or adopt or know someone who does, you need to know this.

 

 

It appears that the practice of rescuing for profit is well-known to the CDC as clarified in this statement: “CDC Dog Import Permits will NOT be issued for dogs intended for other purposes, such as adoption, resale, or transfer of ownership.

 

It sure puts a crimp in rescuing dogs from foreign countries… That First Class “all expenses paid” trip paid for by some wealthy not-for-profit group just got cancelled?!!? According to CDC…

 

For the first 90 days (July 14 through October 14, 2021) dogs coming from high-risk countries with CDC Dog Import Permits can only enter at one of these 18 airports: Anchorage, Atlanta, Boston, Chicago (ORD), Dallas (DFW), Detroit, Honolulu, Houston (IAH), Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis, New York (JFK), Newark, Philadelphia, San Francisco, San Juan, Seattle, and Washington, DC (Dulles).” ~ Centers For Disease Control

 

 

Further tightening loopholes that have been used for personal benefit or non-profit income… the CDC states “After October 14, 2021, dogs coming from high-risk countries with CDC Dog Import Permits must enter only at approved ports of entry.

 

 

But what if you or someone in your family left the country before the July 14th cutoff date, to combine a vacation with plans to bring back a rescue dog? Those long-made plans just flew out the window!  That seems unfair to the dogs that need help and okay, to the rescue group member who needs a break!

 

No fancy foreign trips!??! Animal Rescue people are unable to bring back the dog they found in that foreign country? How many rescue groups fly First Class instead Economy?

 

CDC says “The During the transitional period from July 14, 2021– October 14, 2021, return travelers who left the United States (such as temporary travel for vacation) may apply for a Permit if they left the United States before July 14, 2021.

 

We bet that won’t be easy or cheap! You must also return at one of these 18 airports. Anchorage, Atlanta, Boston, Chicago (ORD), Dallas (DFW), Detroit, Honolulu, Houston (IAH), Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis, New York (JFK), Newark, Philadelphia, San Francisco, San Juan, Seattle, and Washington DC (Dulles).

 

If you really care about abandoned dogs that need a meal and a kind word, LOOK AROUND YOU! There are thousands of dogs in your state that need rescuing and the blessing of someone who cares.

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