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NEW Dog breeder regulations for Queensland

Published on Sunday, June 4, 2017 in Dogs and Puppies

The Queensland Dog Breeder Register is open for registration.  You have up to 28 days after your first litter is born to register.

The Queensland Government has introduced new laws to promote responsible dog breeding. The legislation came into effect on 26 May 2017 and applies only to dogs born on or after this date.

The laws require all persons giving away, supplying, selling or advertising dogs or puppies to have a Supply Number that identifies the registered Breeder of that dog.

Supply Numbers can be obtained by registering on the new Queensland Dog Breeder Register. Alternatively, a Supply Number may also be a membership or permit number from an organisation or local government that accredits dog breeders – and that has been approved by the Minister as an “approved entity”.

READ more information HERE

Frequently asked questions HERE

Fact Sheets read more HERE 

Protecting puppies read more HERE

Queensland Dog Breeders Registration HERE


 


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