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2 edition of Dangerous Wild Animals Act, 1976 found in the catalog.

Dangerous Wild Animals Act, 1976

British Veterinary Association.

Dangerous Wild Animals Act, 1976

a guide to veterinary surgeons concerned with inspections underthis Act.

by British Veterinary Association.

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Published by British Veterinary Association in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wild animals as pets.,
  • Captive wild animals.,
  • Dangerous animals.,
  • Veterinarians -- Law and legislation -- Great Britain.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination9p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19089335M

    The Dangerous Wild Animals Act of aims to ensure that where private individuals keep dangerous wild animals they do so in circumstances which create no risk to the public and safeguard the welfare of the animals. The Act does not apply to any dangerous wild animals kept in a zoo, pet shop or registered scientific establishment. Licence summary. Any person that wishes to keep any animal listed in the Schedule to the Dangerous Wild Animals Act (pdf, 49KB) must obtain a Dangerous Wild Animals Licence from the local Licensing Authority.. The Act does not apply to any dangerous wild animals kept in.

    The Dangerous Wild Animals Act aims to ensure that where private individuals keep dangerous wild animals, they do so in circumstances which create no risk to the public and which safeguard the welfare of the animals. Any person that wishes to keep any animal as listed in the prescribed list in. The keeping of certain species of wild animals is controlled by the Dangerous Wild Animals Act No person may keep any dangerous wild animal without first obtaining a licence from their local authority. Animals for which a licence is required are listed in the Dangerous Wild Animals Act (Modification) Order

    The Dangerous Wild Animals Act (as amended). (full legislation) Animals considered to be dangerous wild animals are listed in the Dangerous Wild Animals Schedule to the Act. Pet shops, zoos and circuses are exempt from the Dangerous Wild Animals Act Apply. Download an application form for a Dangerous Wild Animals Licence (PDF 57KB). The Dangerous Wild Animals Act aims to ensure that where private individuals keep dangerous wild animals they do so in circumstances which create no risk to the public and which safeguard the welfare of the animalsWhen is a licence required?Animals which are classified as “dangerous wild animals” and can be anything from an Aardvark to a Zebra, are identified in a.


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Dangerous Wild Animals Act, 1976 by British Veterinary Association. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Dangerous Wild Animals Act (22 July) is a law of the United Kingdom that was originally enacted to deal with the increasing fashion of people in the lates and earlys keeping interesting pets which were often from the more dangerous species, as well as hybrids between wild and domestic species, such as wolfdogs and Bengal was increasingly seen as.

Dangerous Wild Animals Act CHAPTER An Act to regulate the keeping of certain kinds of dangerous wild animals. [22nd July ] Modifications etc. (not altering text) C1 Words of enactment omitted under authority of Statute Law Revision Act (c. 62), s. 74 rows  The Dangerous Wild Animals Act ("DWAA") was originally enacted in and amended.

Animal welfare act Why was it introduced. A vet is required for an inspection due to the license requirements. They also need targets to meet where the animals have to have a suitable environment (to live in) Ensure they have normal behaviour patterns to be protected from pain.

The animals for which a licence is required before they may be kept are listed in the Dangerous Wild Animals Act (Modification) Order Applications for a licence must be made to the local authority, and a licence may be issued providing the applicant is not disqualified or has been convicted under the Dangerous Wild Animals Act ELIZABETH H c.

38 Dangerous Wild Animals Act CHAPTER 38 An Act to regulate the keeping of certain kinds of dangerous wild animals.[22nd July ] BE IT ENACTED by the Queen's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows:.

The Dangerous Wild Animals Act aims to ensure that where private individuals keep dangerous wild animals they do so in circumstances which create no risk to the public and which safeguard the welfare of the animals.

When is a licence required. Animals which are classified as "dangerous wild animals" can be anything from an Aardvark to a Zebra. Animals Covered by the Dangerous Wild Animals Act 1. Mammals a. Marsupials - Tasmanian devil, Grey Kangaroo, Red Kangaroo, Wallaroo, Euro b.

Primates - Tamarins, New World Monkeys (Capuchin, Howler,Saki, Spider, Squirrel, Titi, Uakari, Woolly and the Night Monkey), Old World. Legislation. The Dangerous Wild Animals Act (“the Act”), as amended, regulates the keeping of dangerous wild animals.

The Act aims to protect the public and to ensure that the animals are properly cared for. The Act defines a dangerous wild animal as any animal listed in the Schedule and includes animals such as lions, chimpanzees, crocodiles, and certain venomous snakes and spiders.

Author Merrily Harpur discusses one of the most popular theories behind Big Cats in Britain - The Dangerous Wild Animals Act of Along with her.

If you wish to keep an animal considered to be wild, dangerous or exotic, you will need to obtain a licence under the Dangerous Wild Animals Act The purpose of this licence is to make sure that there is no risk posed to the public, and to safeguard the welfare of the animals.

For example, the Dangerous Wild Animals Act requires the licensing of any animal listed on its schedule of dangerous species, such as big cats, bears, venomous snakes, etc.

The Act is first and foremost public health and safety legislation, and covers animal welfare only secondarily. 14 hours ago  Under the Dangerous Wild Animals Act local councils are responsible for issuing licences for animals that are kept and every creature classed as a dangerous wild animal.

a) Dangerous Wild Animals Act Yes No b) The Protection of Animals Acts & Yes No c) The Protection of Animals (Scotland) Acts & Yes No d) The Pet Animals Act (as amended) Yes No e) The Animal Boarding Establishments Act Yes No.

DANGEROUS WILD ANIMALS ACT Application for a licence to keep Dangerous Wild Animals I am aware that planning permission may be required in addition to a dangerous wild animals licence and that I will make the necessary enquiries with the planning department. Offences and Penalties.

Anybody found guilty of keeping an animal covered by the Dangerous Wild Animals Act without a licence to do so or anybody found guilty of failing to comply with any licence condition shall be subject to a fine not exceeding £2, The inspection on the 18 th October proved to be very successful, and it was confirmed by all parties that the dangerous wild animal act was the appropriate legislation in this particular case, and that the local authority had been correct in its actions and interpretation of the Act.

It was further concluded that the elephant is currently. The Dangerous Wild Animals Act was updated infollowing review and consultation. The Act was updated again in to allow local authorities to focus their enforcement activity more effectively.

Based on available evidence we consider that the Act is currently providing appropriate protections. Dangerous Wild Animal Act Conditions. Whilst any animal is being kept under the authority of the Dangerous Wild Animal Licence: The animal shall be kept by no person other than the person or persons specified on the Licence; The animal shall normally be.

The keeping of certain species of wild animals is controlled by the Dangerous Wild Animals Act This Act aims to ensure that where private individuals keep dangerous wild animals they do so in circumstances which create no risk to the public, and which safeguard the welfare of the animal.

Anyone who keeps or wishes to keep a dangerous wild animal requires a licence issued. DANGEROUS WILD ANIMALS ACT The Act provides that no person shall keep any dangerous wild animal except under authority of a licence granted by the Council. A “dangerous wild animal” is defined as any animal which is specified in the Schedule to the Act.Licence Conditions for Dangerous Wild Animals Licence Conditions for Dangerous Wild Animals Dangerous Wild Animals Act Subject to Section 5 of this Act, no person shall keep any dangerous wild animal except under the authority of a licence granted in accordance with the provisions of this Act by a local authority.The keeping of certain species of wild animals is controlled by the Dangerous Wild Animals Act No person may keep any dangerous wild animal without first obtaining a licence from the animals for which a licence is required before they may be kept are listed in the Dangerous Wild Animals Act (Modification) Order