It is your responsibility to protect the welfare of the animals in your care at all times. used. When traps are used, the methods must be humane; Traps used to capture live parasites require frequent monitoring and human euthanasia after capture. (a) applications, kennel licence classifications and royalties.–Any person who owns or operates a kennel must apply to the department for a kennel licence on January 1 of each year or before January 1 of each year. Kennels are classified by type and the fee for the licence is determined by the type of kennel, the number of dogs that are housed, held, housed, planned, protected, sold, donated or transferred to or through the kennel. Application forms and kennel licences must be issued by the Secretary. A separate licence is required for each type of kennel and for any place where a kennel is owned or operated. A kennel permit is required to maintain or operate a kennel. All kennel permits expire on December 31. If two or more licensed kennels are operated by the same person at the same location, each kennel will be inspected and licensed in accordance with legal requirements. (b) Private Harassment – Any dog entering a field or pen where pets are locked up, provided that the pen is suitable for its intended use, is a private nuisance, and that the owner or tenant of that field or his agent or servant may detain the dog and hand it over to the local police department or the custodian or employee of the department.
During this detention, the dog must be treated humanely. Newberne, p.M. 1975. Influence on pharmacological experiments of chemicals and other factors in laboratory animal feeding. Fed. Proc. 34(2):209-218. The need for and nature of the adjustments to the quantities of primary enclosure space recommended in the following tables should be approved by the IACUC at institutional level and should be based on the performance results described in the previous paragraph, taking due account of the REA and the PHS Directive (see footnote 1, p. 2). Professional judgment, studies of current literature and practice, and consideration of the physical, behavioural and social needs of animals, as well as the nature of the protocol and its requirements, may be required (see Crockett et al. 1993, 1995).
Assessing the space needs of animals should be an ongoing process. Over time or long-term protocols, footprint and height adjustments should be considered and modified as needed. However, many people are responsible for animals that are not in their place of residence and are not part of their employment. These include, among others, people who act as animals, owners of recreational horses and owners of recreational farms. In addition, during the current pandemic, pet owners must still have access to veterinary services or take their pet to a veterinary clinic for treatment. Allow the observation of animals with a minimum of disturbance on their part. prohibit or regulate the movement of dogs in general and, in the course of the application of these regulations, order the killing of dogs or their seizure and possession, including reasonable expenses, or provide for their sale to the municipality; prohibit and regulate the large-scale operation of other animals and authorize their seizure and possession, including reasonable costs, and ensure their sale to the community. (b) Dogs Allowed.–The State Dog Custodian or Department Employee, Animal Control Officer or Chief of Police or his or her officers of a city, county, city or township, borough constable and gendarme of a registered city or municipality shall ensure that any dog that bears an appropriate permit tag or permanent identification and is therefore confiscated and detained, is properly stored and fed in any authorized kennel approved by the secretary. for these purposes, and must be requested without delay by personal service or registered letter or registered letter with acknowledgment of receipt, at the last known address to be indicated in the permit application protocol, ensure that the person on whose behalf the permit was obtained or his representative claims the dog within five days of receipt of the permit […].