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Date/Time: 06/02/2020 10:04AM
winter travel with dog teams

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Frenchy19 08/16/2016 01:41PM
Beautiful pic!!
Mocha 08/16/2016 08:47AM
the photo is from a recreational dog team up the gunflint trail.


as far as camping overnight in canada, i believe you purchase crown land camping (not quetico) permits on the same site you purchase the canadian fishing license.
clinegc 08/14/2016 06:45PM
quote : "quote mocha: "i know there are folks on here that dog sled into the BW for winter camping and/or day trips. Have any of you taken your dogs into Canada, like across prairie portage? or cache bay?
if so, did it require extra paperwork for the dogs?
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We have gone through P.P. with 5 Mals. We have brought the vaccination records. Where is this picture from? AND is there anyway that anyone knows of a way to prepay your Night's in Canada during the Winter months?
08/13/2016 05:09PM
quote mocha: "i know there are folks on here that dog sled into the BW for winter camping and/or day trips. Have any of you taken your dogs into Canada, like across prairie portage? or cache bay?
if so, did it require extra paperwork for the dogs?
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Old Hoosier 01/01/2012 08:06PM
I am not a sledder, but Canada simply requires proof of current rabies vaccination - vets paper (not simply tags).


Old Hoosier
mocha 01/01/2012 11:16AM
i know there are folks on here that dog sled into the BW for winter camping and/or day trips. Have any of you taken your dogs into Canada, like across prairie portage? or cache bay?
if so, did it require extra paperwork for the dogs?