Originally Posted by Koolio
Have you tried finding vaccinations at a farm supply store? Here in Alberta, UFA carries vaccines for horses, as does a local pharmacy that specializes in animal care and feed. The vaccines do need to be kept chilled until they are used. Perhaps that is the problem with shipping? Are there different laws in Ontario about who can give vaccinations to animals?
Oh, I tried. Trust me; I tried. I finally called OMAFRA (Ontario Ministry of Agriculture & Farm) and they tried sending me to several places. Even direct to a manufacturer. The best answer we could come up with was that the manufacturer was in cahoots with the vets -- sell exclusively to the vets, not to licensed medicine outlets in Ontario.
There are laws about what you can buy for your own use without a prescription, but even what you are allowed
to buy, you can't get. Or, at least I couldn't find it.
Edited to add: even US suppliers won't ship to Ontario now. There isn't a law that forbids it, but it's getting nasty and its kind of grey, so the US companies don't want to risk it.