• Horses/Donkeys/Mules arriving from within Montana

    1. Must be accompanied by proof of current Sleeping Sickness (WEE, EEE), Tetanus, Flu, Rhino, West Nile, Strangles and Rabies vaccinations. Proof of tetanus and sleeping sickness vaccines are required once yearly and influenza (Flu) twice yearly.

    2. A negative current Coggins test is required.

  1. Horses/Donkeys/Mules arriving from Out-of-State

    1. Must be accompanied by proof of current Sleeping Sickness (WEE, EEE), Tetanus, Flu, Rhino, West Nile, Strangles and Rabies vaccinations. Proof of tetanus and sleeping sickness vaccines are required once yearly and influenza (Flu) twice yearly.

    2. A negative current Coggins test is required.

  2. Horses/Donkeys/Mules arriving from Canada

    1. Must be accompanied by a health certificate endorsed by a salaried veterinarian of the Canadian government stating that the horses have:

      1. Been in that country for 60 days immediately preceding importation.*

      2. Been inspected and found free of contagious diseases and insofar as can be determined, exposure thereto during the 60 days immediately preceding exportation.

      3. Not been vaccinated with a live, attenuated, or inactivated vaccine during the 14 days immediately preceding exportation.

      4. Not been on premises where African horse sickness, dourine, glanders, surra, epizootic lymphangitis, ulcerative lymphangitis, equine piroplasmosis, equine infectious anemia (EIA), contagious equine metritis (CEM), vesicular stomatitis, or Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis has occurred during the 60 days immediately preceding exportation, nor have these diseases occurred on any adjoining premises during this same period of time.

      5. Not been in a country where CEM is known to exist, nor have had any contact, breeding or otherwise, with horses from such a country, for the 12 months preceding exportation.

      6. Been found negative to Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) within 180 days prior to export on a sample tested by an approved laboratory.