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#76488 11/20/03 09:13 AM
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Has anyone had trouble bringing supplies in for the Humane Society? I am a drug rep on the animal health side and have accumulated a "stash" of I going to have problems at the airport? And who do I contact once I am there to deliver the product?

Any advice would be appreciated!

We leave Cleveland at 6:30am tomorrow!

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#76489 11/20/03 09:25 AM
Joined: Feb 2003
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my guess is that you'll never depart cleveland, got any herbs for a nervous horse?

If you must choose between two evils, pick the one you've never tried before.
#76490 11/20/03 11:28 AM
Joined: May 2003
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right behind you
leave cleveland sunday 0900
safe travels


#76491 11/20/03 11:46 AM
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IMO you will have no problem-I,personally,would not declare anything,and just walk straight through customs.

#76492 11/20/03 12:16 PM
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We take lots of stuff with us every time we go....pack it well and put it in between clothing on your checked luggage...if your going to AC-email/get in touch with SAGA Society. They only have a vet there on [email protected] will appreciate your donations..... laugh

#76493 11/20/03 03:08 PM
Joined: Mar 2003
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I passed your message on to Eileen (Director of Saga) and on arrival if you can call 226 3266 or 226 2070 from the courtesy phone in the San Pedro terminal, someone will come and meet you at the airstrip. Alternatively the Saga Clinic is on Coconut Drive directly behind Ramons Village and there is someone there all day Friday as it is the day the vet visits, or each morning Mon - Thur. As was said earlier I would not declare the items and if they're questioned tell the truth, in that they are donated items.

Saga also asked me to pass on their heartfelt thanks for your efforts.

#76494 11/20/03 06:58 PM
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Thanks for the info! I will be there this time tomorrow!

#76495 11/21/03 03:33 AM
Joined: Aug 2002
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ohkim...hope you get this before you leave....i brought items down for saga in sept...i was concerned how it would be on the other end, as i had medical supplies also.....i asked the flight attendant on continental about what i should do on the form to fill out before landing, explaining what i was bringing in...she told me to leave that part blank, and explain to the customs officer, what i had with me and that they were donations for saga...the customs officer told me just to write on the declaration "donations" with no $ amount written...they did open bags, just to see if what i said, was truly in there, and then sent me took a whole 5 minutes, and i didn't have to worry about any hassles for not declaring....have a wonderful time, and say hello to eileen for me....kerry

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