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Old 06-20-2015, 03:40 AM   #21
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That's cute =]
It's technically illegal to travel across state lines with a goat unless it has a valid Certificate of Veterinary Inspection. We got one when we left but didn't keep it updated. It's also against the rules to have goats at National and States parks without a $30 permit each visit, and sometimes altogether not allowed. But we played the "ask forgiveness, not permission" game (at the risk of anything from a "you can't be here" to a hefty fine) and not one person even mentioned it. We weren't very covert about it either.

Why bother with rules? He can declare it a service goat. When he crosses into California, he can threaten the people at the Ag checkpoint with calling the police. I see people bring their animals in grocery stores, Starbucks, restaurants. When I complain that I don't want dog ass in my shopping cart, the manager says that corporate tells him not to say anything. Way to go. Work the system.
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It will be effective other than the fact that they will also eat all of the desired landscaping as well as the poison ivy. And stand all over every vehicle in the neighborhood!
Not to mention they will escape from anything short of a maximum security prison.
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Not to mention they will escape from anything short of a maximum security prison.
Yes that's another issue. A goat in a fence near a road is very soon a goat on a road.

I'm located in Statesville, north of Charlotte, but I lived in Wilmington for six years during and after college at UNCW so I'm familiar with Swansboro!
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this thread had good links! and funny goat stories
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