Importation of Dogs into Canada by Canadian Veterinary Medical Association published on 2017-10-27T20:27:23Z We are discussing importation of dogs into Canada, but, more specifically, rescue dogs that are coming from places where there may be diseases that are not prevalent, or not as prevalent, in Canada. To help with the discussion, we have with us Dr. Duane Landals, who has over 25 years of experience as a clinical, mixed-animal practitioner, and owned and managed a large veterinary practice for 35 years in Alberta. He was the President of both the Alberta and Canadian Veterinary Medical Association and was Vice President of the World Veterinary Association for two terms. He currently is a member of the CVMA’s Veterinary Pharmaceutical Stewardship Advisory Group. We also have Dr. Enid Stiles owns a small animal practice in the West Island of Montréal. She is a member of the CVMA’s National Issues Committee, the Quebec representative on CVMA Council and an Executive Member of the CVMA.