The following criteria will be considered when the application is being evaluated:
- that the animals will be kept in suitable accommodation at all times. Suitable accommodation takes into account the construction and size of the accommodation, the number of animals to be housed in it, facilities for exercising the animals, cleanliness and temperature, lighting and ventilation provisions
- that suitable food, drink and bedding materials will be provided and that the animals are exercised and visited regularly
- that steps are taken to prevent and control the spread of disease among the animals and that isolation facilities are in place
- that adequate protection is provided to the animals in the case of fire and other emergencies
- that a register is kept. The register should contain a description of all animals received, their arrival and departure date and the name and address of the owner. The register should be available to be inspected at any time by a local authority officer, veterinary surgeon or practitioner
Please contact us in the first instance.
Any licence holder who wishes to appeal against a refused licence or a condition attached to their licence can appeal to their local Magistrates' court.