Caprine / Ovine - Animal Health Certificates and Sanitary Requirements for Export
The certificates posted on this page are available in Portable document format (PDF) format only to ensure compliance with the documentation requirements of the country receiving animals or animal products.
In some cases, certificates will be in English and / or another language without a corresponding French version. This is determined by the requirements of other countries and is outside of the control of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA).
These certificates are for information purposes only. If you are planning an export, please contact the Animal Health Offices in your area to verify that the certificate is valid, that it applies to your export,and that there are no disease outbreaks or other events that may cause exports to be suspended.
If you have difficulty obtaining any of these forms please contact the Animal Health Office in your area.
Antigua and Barbuda
- Goats - Certificate presently not available
- Sheep and Goats
Saint-Pierre et Miquelon
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Trinidad and Tobago
United Arab Emirates
- Sheep or Goats for Slaughter - PDF (117 kb)
- Sheep or Goats for Feeding - PDF (116 kb)
- Wild Bighorn Sheep - PDF (30 kb)
Under a joint arrangement made by USDA-APHIS Veterinary Services (APHIS VS) and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), sheep and goats of Canadian origin that are not currently eligible to enter the United States may move to eligible airports in the United States for immediate export to a third country. This includes sheep or goats of more than 12 months of age, pregnant females, and sheep and goats intended for purposes other than feeding or slaughter. Please view, Transits of Canadian-origin Sheep and Goats through the United States - PDF (40 kb).
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