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|Everything Greyhound > Racing News > Further Clarity on Florida hauls|
|Posted by: HoundIsle Jun 27 2013, 09:52 AM|
From the NGA website
Recent changes in the animal welfare laws and regulations resulted in some confusion on the paperwork greyhound haulers need to provide at inspection stations in the state of Florida.
Authorities from the Dept. of Agriculture & Consumer Service, which oversees the stations, recently told greyhound industry representatives that the only required documentation is proof of rabies vaccinations for all greyhounds being transported. That’s the same paperwork previously required.
Questions had arisen, as a result of statements allegedly made recently by station personnel to transporters as to whether health certificates and the NGA registration certificates were also required. The Agriculture & Consumer Service authorities said that they are not, and that personnel will immediately be advised of the requirements.
|Posted by: Pipi5 Jul 9 2013, 08:36 AM|
|Okay good. That's helpful information thanks!|