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Animal inspection powers decentralised to councils

in News · 07-02-2019 10:47:00 · 0 Comments

A bill that came into effect last week will give power to local authorities to authorise pet care centres and animal accommodation, as well as home-inspections for dangerous dogs and places where dangerous animal are bred.

Animal inspection powers decentralised to councils

 

The new legislation sees the powers being decentralised from central government to councils regarding a host of animal-related affairs.


Among others, municipal vets will be responsible for authorising multiple pets being kept in buildings, while Mayors are responsible for overseeing butchers and the meat sold there from.

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