IMPORTANT

All kits available internationally with the following permit requirements:

(1) CFIA-licensed;

(2) CFIA-licensed for export – requires a permit to release veterinary biologics from CFIA in Canada

(3) Requires a permit to release veterinary biologics from CFIA in Canada. This product is not licensed by CFIA and any claims made have not been substantiated by CFIA;

(A) USDA approved;

(B) Requires a Research and Evaluation import permit from the USDA in the US. This product is not licensed by the USDA and any claims made have not been substantiated by the USDA;

CFIA: Canadian Food Inspection Agency; USDA: United States Department of Agriculture


LICENCES

Biovet is licenced by CFIA for:

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