Department of Agriculture Administrative order

25 January 1999

Republic of the Philippines

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

Office of the Secretary

Elliptical Road, Diliman, Quezon City

Department of Agriculture

Administrative Order No._____8_____

Series of 1999

Subject: RULES AND REGULATIONS ON REGISTRATION OF ANIMAL
CONTROL FACILITY, AVIARY, CATTERY, CIRCUS/ CARNIVAL
ANIMAL SHOW, CORRAL, CROCODILE FARM, HOG FARM,
KENNEL, LABORATORY ANIMAL FACILITY, MONKEY FARM,
PET SHOP, POULTRY FARM, RACETRACK AND EQUESTRIAN
ESTAB-LISHMENT, SLAUGHTERHOUSE, STOCK FARM,
STOCKYARD, STUD FARM, VETERINARY CLINIC, VETERINARY
HOSPITAL, WILDLIFE RESCUE CENTER AND ZOO.
Pursuant to section 1, 2, 3, 6 & 7 of Republic Act No. 8485, otherwise known as the “Animal
Welfare Act of 1998”, the following requirements for the registration of Animal Control Facility,
Aviary, Cattery, Circus/Carnival Animal Show, Corral, Crocodile Farm, Hog Farm, Kennel,
Laboratory Animal Facility, Monkey Farm, Pet Shop, Poultry Farm, Racetrack and Equestrian
Establishment, Slaughterhouse, Stock Farm, Stockyard, Stud Farm, Veterinary Clinic, Veterinary
Hospital, Wildlife Rescue Center and Zoo are hereby promulgated for the information, guidance
and compliance of all concerned.
Section 1. DEFINITION OF TERMS
For the purposes of these rules and regulations, the following definitions
are adopted:

1.1 Animal Control Facility refers to a facility that accepts and/or seizes
animals for the purpose of caring for them, placing them through adoption,
or carrying out law enforcement, whether or not the facility is operated for
profit. This includes facilities such as, but not limited to, pounds, shelters,
animal rescue centers, airport and seaport animal quarantine, and animal
holding facilities In reply to: In reply to: transportation depots and stations.

1.2 Animal Welfare refers to the health and safety of the animals.

1.3 Aviary refers to any structure, building, land or premises housing or
intended to house birds in which the temperature cannot be controlled
within set limits.

1.4 Cattery refers to any facility, land premises, shed, barn, building, trailer or
other structure or area housing or intended to house domestic felines. This
includes any or all of the following:

a. Primary Enclosure refers to any structure or device used to restrict
an animal or animals to a limited amount of space, such as room,
pen, run, cage, compartment, hutch, or tether. In case of animals
trained by a tether (e.g., cats in chains), it includes the shelter and
the area within reach by a tether.

b. Indoor Housing Facility refers to any structure or building with
environmental controlled housing or intended to house animals and
meeting the following requirements:

1) It must be capable of controlling the temperature in the
building or structure within the limits set forth of that
species of animal, of maintaining humidity levels set forth
by the Animal Welfare Committee and of rapidly
eliminating odors formed within the building;

2) It must be an enclosure created by the continuous
connection of roof, floor, and walls (a shed or barn set on
top of the grounds does not have a continuous connection
between the walls and the ground unless a foundation and
floor are provided); and

3) It must at least have one door for entry and exit that can be
opened and closed and windows or openings with a
transparent material such as glass or hard plastic.

c. Outdoor Housing Facility refers to any structure, building, land, or
premises, housing or intended to house felines, in which
temperature cannot be controlled within set limits.

d. Sheltered Housing Facility refers to a housing facility, which
provides the animals with shelter, protection from the elements,
and protection from temperature extremes at all times. A
sheltered housing facility may consist of runs or pens totally
enclosed in a barn or building, or of connecting inside/outside
runs or pens in a totally enclosed building.

1.5 Circus/Carnival Animal Show refers to a temporary establishment
and/or temporary activities wherein animals are kept and exhibited to
perform certain behaviors as desired by human handlers and trainers
for the entertainment and education of the public.

1.6 Corral refers to an enclosure for holding or capturing animals, such as,
but not limited to, holding corral, paddock stables, stockyards and
chutes.

1.7 Crocodile Farm refers to any structure, building, land or premises
housing or intended to house crocodiles in which the temperature
cannot be controlled within set limits.

1.8 Hog Farm refers to any structure, building, land or premises housing
or intended to house hogs in which the temperature cannot be
controlled within set limits.

1.9 Kennel refers to any facility, land premises, shed, barn, building,
trailer, or other structure or area housing or intended to house domestic
canines. This includes any or all of the following:

a. Primary Enclosure refers to any structure or device used to
restrict an animal or animals to a limited amount of space, such
as room, pen, run, cage, compartment, hutch, or tether. In case
of animals trained by a tether (e.g., dogs in chains), it includes
the shelter and the area within reach by a tether.

b. Indoor Housing Facility refers to any structure or building
with environmental controlled housing or intended to house
animals and meeting the following requirements:

1) It must be capable of controlling the temperature in the
building or structure within the limits set forth of that
species of animal, of maintaining humidity levels set
forth by the Animal Welfare Committee and of rapidly
eliminating odors formed within the building;

2) It must be an enclosure created by the continuous
connection of roof, floor, and walls (a shed or barn set
on top of the grounds does not have a continuous
connection between the walls and the ground unless a
foundation and floor are provided); and

3) It must at least have one door for entry and exit that can
be opened and closed and windows or openings with a
transparent material such as glass or hard plastic.

c. Outdoor Housing Facility refers to any structure, building,
land, or premises, housing or intended to house canines and
felines, in which temperature cannot be controlled within set
limits.

d. Sheltered Housing Facility refers to a housing facility, which
provides the animals with shelter, protection from the elements,
and protection from temperature extremes at all times. A
sheltered housing facility may consist of runs or pens totally
enclosed in a barn or building, or of connecting inside/outside
runs or pens in a totally enclosed building.

1.10 Laboratory Animal Facility refers to any structure, building, land or
premises housing or intended to house laboratory animals in which the
temperature cannot be controlled within set limits.

1.11 Licensed Veterinarian refers to a person who graduated from an
accredited Veterinary School with a degree of Doctor of Veterinary
Medicine and duly registered at the Professional Regulation
Commission.

1.12 Livestock refers to documented or otherwise, domesticated, captive-
bred animals intended for breeding or fattening purposes. Livestock
includes, among others, horses, cattle, carabao, deer, sheep, goat,
swine and crocodile acquired locally or through importation under the
existing government rules and regulations.

1.13 Monkey Farm refers to any structure, building, land or premises
housing or intended to house monkeys in which the temperature cannot
be controlled within set limits.

1.14 Mobile Veterinary Clinic refers to an ambulant clinic for small animal
patients that are not confined.

a. The facilities and equipment of a mobile veterinary clinic must
meet the minimum requirements of a non-surgical veterinary
clinic.

b. Veterinary Clinic must not perform any surgical procedures.
However, such procedures as castration and suturing minor cuts
and lacerations may be allowed.

c. Veterinary medical cases must only be handled/treated by a
duly licensed veterinarian.

1.15 Pet Animals refer to documented or otherwise, or domestic animals
intended for companionship, therapy, seeing and hearing guides,
recreation and values formation, and breeding such as, but not limited
to, dogs, cats, fishes, rabbits, rodents, reptiles, birds (pigeons, parrots,
love birds, finches) that are either properly acquired locally or through
importation under existing government rules and regulations.

1.16 Pet Shop refers to an establishment that offers for sale, either
wholesale or retail, various pet animals.

1.17 Poultry refers to documented or otherwise, domesticated, captive
winged birds intended for breeding or fattening purposes. The term
“poultry” shall include farmed domesticated chicken, turkey, geese,
duck, pigeon, guinea fowl/bengala, ostrich, and quail that are either
acquired locally or through importation under existing government
rules and regulations.

1.18 Poultry Farm refers to any structure, building, land or premises,
housing or intended to house poultry in which the temperature cannot
be controlled within set limits.

1.19 Racetracks and Equestrian Establishment refers to any structure,
building, land or premises where horses are kept or housed for
purposes of racing or equestrian or polo activities.

1.20 Registration refers to the process of approval for the establishment,
maintenance and operation of any animal control facility, aviary,
cattery, circus/carnival animal show, corral, crocodile farm, kennel,
laboratory animal facility, monkey farm, pet shop, poultry farm,
racetrack and equestrian establishment, slaughterhouse, stock farm,
stockyard, stud farm, veterinary clinic, veterinary hospital, wildlife
rescue center and zoo, for breeding/treatment /sale/ trading/training or
transport of animals which is secured from the Bureau of Animal
Industry.

1.21 Slaughterhouse/Abattoir/Poultry Dressing Plant refers to an
establishment either private or government owned/operated/ managed
in which animals, such as, but not limited to, cattle, carabao, hogs,
horses, goat and poultry are slaughtered and dressed for human
consumption. This includes among others game animals and game
birds.

1.22 Stock Farm refers to a breeding center or station capable of
accommodating domestic animals, such as, but not limited to, carabao,
cattle, horses, deer, sheep, goat, ostrich and swine for production or
breeding purposes.

1.23 Stockyard refers to a yard for livestock especially an enclosure, usually
with pens and other fixtures and equipment in which cattle, hogs,
goats, horses, deer, sheep, goats, ostrich and swine are kept
temporarily before slaughter or market.

1.24 Stud Farm refers to any structure, building, land or premises, housing
or intended to house horses in which the temperature cannot be
controlled within set limits.

1.25 Treatment refers to the management and care of sick animals with
existing disorders by administering the proper medicine.

1.26 Veterinary Clinic refers to an establishment where veterinary medical
cases are managed and handled by a duly licensed veterinarian with
facilities for diagnosis and treatment of animal patient.

There shall be three types of veterinary clinics:

a. Non-surgical Veterinary Clinic refers to veterinary clinic
intended for the diagnosis and treatment of animal patient only.
Clinical cases must only be treated/managed/ handled by a duly
licensed veterinarian.

b. Surgical Veterinary Clinic refers to a veterinary clinic intended
for the diagnosis, treatment and surgery of animal patient.

c. Mobile Veterinary Clinic.

1.27 Veterinary Hospital refers to an establishment with complete facilities
for the diagnosis, treatment and surgical operation of animal patient.

a. Veterinary hospital cases must be managed/handled/treated by a
duly licensed veterinarian.

b. Veterinary hospitals must have more facilities and equipment
than the Veterinary Clinic and employs a Medical Technologist
or equivalent.

1.28 Veterinary Practitioner refers to one who practices veterinary
medicine and is duly licensed by the Professional Regulation
Commission.

1.29 Wildlife Rescue Center refers to an establishment where sick, injured,
confiscated wildlife are temporarily kept and rehabilitated prior to their
release to their natural habitat based on the disposition of the
government.

1.30 Zoo refers to an establishment either private or government owned/
operated/ managed where a collection of animals is maintained for
recreational, educational, research and scientific purposes.

Section 2. REGISTRATION

2.1 Any person or partnership, firm, cooperative, corporation, association,
or any government agency/instrumentality desiring to engage in the
establishment, operation and maintenance of animal control facility,
aviary, cattery, circus/carnival animal show, corral, crocodile farm,
hog farm, kennel, laboratory animal facility, monkey farm, pet shop,
poultry farm, racetrack and equestrian establishment, slaughterhouse,
stock farm, stockyard, stud farm, veterinary clinic, veterinary hospital,
wildlife rescue center and zoo shall first be registered in the Office of
the Director, Bureau of Animal Industry (BAI).

2.2 Any person, partnership, cooperative, firm or corporation, government
agency/instrumentality or his accredited agent shall make application
for registration or annual renewal in such form and manner as maybe
prescribed from time to time by regulations.

2.3 A registration fee paid in accordance with the Scheduled Fees found in
Section 7 of this Administrative Order shall accompany an application
for registration.

2.4 The Director may suspend, subject to the rules and regulations
promulgated for the implementation of the Animal Welfare Act, the
registration of any establishment which is found after proper
investigation to be not in conformity with the provision of this Act.
Once suspended, the Committee on Animal Welfare shall conduct a
formal investigation. The action of the Director of Animal Industry
maybe appealed to the Secretary of Agriculture.

Section 3. STANDARD AND REQUIREMENT FOR REGISTRATION
3.1 General Requirements
3..1.1 Application containing standard petition form containing
among others the name, age, citizenship, and a passport size
picture of the petitioner and other pertinent circumstances
pertaining to the establishment including the place where it is to
be established.

3.1.2 Proof of registration/creation (for government
instrumentalities) as an establishment, i.e.:

a) For single proprietorship; an authenticated photocopy of
the Certificate of Business Name Registration issued by
the Bureau of Domestic Trade (BDT) of the Department
of Trade and Industry (DTI).

b) For partnership, corporation and other juridical person’s
authenticated photocopies of the Certificate of
Registration issued by the Securities and Exchange

Commission (SEC) and the Articles of Incorporation or
Partnership.

c) For cooperative, Certificate of Registration from the
Cooperative Development Authority (CDA).

3.1.3 A valid Mayor’s Permit for the current year.

3.1.4 A valid Certificate of Registration of the establishment’s
Filipino Veterinarian issued by the Professional Regulation
Commission (PRC) and valid Professional Tax Receipt.

3.1.5 A Certificate of Attendance of the owner/manager and the
veterinarian to BAI sponsored/accredited seminar on Animal
Welfare.

3.1.6 An Affidavit of Undertaking providing that the applicant shall:

a) Change the establishment’s name if there is already a
validly registered name similar to it;

b) Display the duly approved Registration Certificate in a
conspicuous place within the establishment;

c) Notify the Bureau of Animal Industry in case of any
change in the circumstances described in the
application, among others, change of location, or
change of veterinarian.

3.1.7 An authenticated photocopy of contract of lease for the space to
be occupied if the applicant does not own it.

3.1.8 Environmental Clearance Certificate from the Department of
Environment and Natural Resources (DENR).

3.1.9 Facility specifications:

3.1.9.1 Sufficiency of space and size to meet the needs of
free movement and exercise of the animals.

3.1.9.2 Housing should be made of suitable material like
wood, fiberglass, stainless steel or plastic.

3.1.9.3 Protection of the animals from exposure to the
elements and adverse climatic conditions.

3.1.9.4 Provision for containment, security and safety from
any harm or injury.

3.1.9.5 Provision of structural design that will ensure easy
removal of the animals especially during emergencies.

3.1.9.6 Adequacy of ventilation, light and water supply and
drainage and waste disposal system.

3.1.9.7 Provision for an effective recording system including
identification technique for each animal.

3.1.9.8 Maintenance of cleanliness, sanitation and pathogen
and pest control.

3.1.9.9 Accessibility to national, provincial, barangay or
private road all throughout the year.
3.1.9.10 Adequacy of quarantine facilities to segregate newly
arrived or sick animals.

3.1.9.11 Provision for the functional hospital or clinic facilities
for treating wounded or injured animals as well as
for diagnostic and laboratory procedures.

3.2 Specific Requirements

An entity for registration shall be required to demonstrate its
capacity to perform adequately in such manner that meets the objectives of
animal welfare. It shall be required to conform to the following relevant
standards and requirements specific of each category, in addition to the
above general requirements.

3.2.1. Cattery/Kennels/Laboratory Animal Facilities/Pet Shops

3.2.1.1 Handouts on care of the animals must accompany
every sale of every animal.

3.2.2 Veterinary Clinic/Veterinary Hospital

3.2.1.1 It must have a duly licensed veterinarian who shall
manage/handle/treat the veterinary medical cases.

3.2.1.2 It must have functional and adequate facilities for
treating wounded/injured and/or diagnosing sick
animals.

3.2.1.3 It must have laboratory equipment or access to a
laboratory facility to aid in diagnosing animal
diseases.

3.2.1.4 It must comply with the minimum requirement for
Veterinary Clinic and Veterinary Hospital.

3.2.3 Aviary/Corral/Crocodile Farm/Hog Farm/Monkey Farm/
Poultry Farm/ Race Track and Equestrian Establishment/Stock
Farm/ Stockyard/Stud Farm

3.2.3.1 It must be managed by a number of qualified staff
knowledgeable in animal production who are able to
provide management procedure and treatment and
undertake behavioral observation in animal ensuring
that no pain and or suffering is experienced by the
animals while confined in such establishment or
facility.

3.2.3.2 It must be situated in an area that conforms to Zoning
Regulations.

3.2.3.3 It must have enough area for physical structures, farm
roads and for future expansion.

3.2.3.4 It must be situated in an area that is well drained,
level or moderately sloping and not inundated at
anytime of the year.

3.2.4 Circus/Carnival Animal Show

3.2.4.1 Animals should be tamed and/or behaviorally
modified or trained to perform certain behaviors on
cue or command but should not cause injury or cause
suffering to the animals.

3.2.4.2 Display enclosures should have access to sunlight.

3.2.4.3 The enclosure of potentially dangerous animals
should be locked at all times.

3.2.4.4 Double doors should be provided for the

enclosures of non-domestic circus/show animals.

3.2.4.5 Display housing should provide for easy cleaning
and washing of dirt, waste, and leftover food away
from the cage floor. Otherwise, a good quality,
absorbent substrate must be used for the floor, and
replaced regularly.

3.2.4.6 The display/exhibit area should be provided with an
access for the animal to retreat away from public
view.

3.2.4.7 Safety barriers and safety warning signs for the
public must be installed for potentially dangerous
circus/show animals on exhibit/shows.

3.2.4.8 Resting/sleeping areas should be dry and provided
with appropriate bedding for the species.

3.2.4.9 Sleeping and feeding areas should be located away
from the portion of the cages where the animal
usually defecates, otherwise, the food containers and
bedding areas must be raised above the cage floor.
In case of birds, water and food containers must not
be placed under perches.

3.2.4.10 Holding pens must be located in places where there is
minimum disturbance from human activities.

3.2.4.11 Must have adequate facilities primarily suitable for
the needs and requirements of the animals, including
the working technical staff and the visiting public.

3.2.4.12 Records or documentation of animals showing the
source and condition of the animals.

3.2.5 Wildlife Rescue Center/Zoos

3.2.5.1 Must be managed by a number of qualified staff, such
as, but not limited to, veterinarian, biologist, animal
husbandry expert, zoo keepers/caretakers who are
able to provide veterinary medical procedures,
treatment, rescue and retrieval operations, and
undertake behavioral observation in animal ensuring
that no pain and or suffering is experienced by
animals while confined in such establishment. The
number of personnel will depend on the size of the
establishment and population of the animals.

3.2.5.2 Must have adequate facilities primarily suitable for
the needs and requirements of the animals, including
the working technical staff and the visiting public.

3.2.5.3 Must be designed with environmental enrichment
facilities to minimize the risks of development of
neurotic behavior in the animals.

3.2.5.4 Must be designed such that the public access is

limited, to minimize risk of disease transmissions to
and from animals.

3.2.5.5 Must employ a minimum period of stay for every

confined animal ensuring that the facility is not used
as a lifetime care facility.

3.2.5.6 Must have an Environment Impact Assessment
required under Presidential Decree No. 1586.

3.2.5.7 Must be located at least five kilometers from existing
farms such as poultry, piggery and livestock farms to
prevent risks of disease transmissions.

3.2.6 Animal Control Facility/Slaughterhouse

Must comply with the facility specifications and
requirements found in Section 3 of this Order.

3.3 Other Additional Requirements

In addition to the above standards and requirements, the BAI,
in the course of evaluating an application may require other additional
documentation or evidence to satisfactorily ascertain the capability of
the establishment.

Section 4. RENEWAL OF REGISTRATION

4.1 The registration shall have the following validities for all categories of
establishments:
4.1.1 Initial period (Initial Application) 1 year
4.1.2 Subsequent application (Renewal Application) 3 years

4.2 At least one month prior to the expiration of the registration, the
establishment should apply for the renewal of its license.

.

4.3 In considering the renewal application, BAI shall ascertain the
continued compliance by the establishment with the standards and
requirements stipulated in Sections 3.1, 3.2, and 3.3.

Section 5. ADMINISRATIVE SANCTIONS

5.1 Grounds for Revocation/Suspension of Registration
5.1.1 Misrepresentation of any material fact in the application for
registration and in any documentation used as a basis for
issuing the registration.

5.1.2 Failure to take adequate remedial or corrective measures for
deficiencies identified in accordance with the requirements of
the BAI.

5.1.3 Failure to keep up to date, secure, orderly, and easily inspected
records that would indicate continued compliance with
standards.

5.2 Re-application After Revocation
No establishment whose registration was revoked may apply
within three years after the revocation of its license.
Section 6. SCHEDULE OF FEES
Animal Control Facility P100.00
Aviary 200.00
Cattery/Kennel/Laboratory Animal Facility/Pet Shop 100.00
Circus/Carnival Animal Show 500.00
Crocodile Farm 500.00
Hog Farm/Poultry Farm 200.00
Monkey Farm for Export 300.00
Racetrack/Equestrian Establishment 300.00
Small Animal Show 100.00
Stockfarm/Corral/Stockyard/Stud farm 300.00
Veterinary Hospital/Veterinary Clinic 100.00
Wildlife Rescue Center 100.00
Zoo 500.00

6.1 Upon application for registration the above non-refundable fees shall
be charged for each application.

6.2 If an establishment engages in activities belonging to more than one of
the above categories, applicant must apply for registration for each of
the category to pay the corresponding fees.

6.3 Only upon payment of application fees may the application be
processed. A surcharge of 50% (fifty percent) of the above fees shall
be imposed on applications for renewal filed after the validity of the
registration has lapsed. Any change in the category of the registrant or
change of ownership shall require a new application.

Section 7. PENAL PROVISIONS
Any person who violates any of the provisions of this Order shall,
upon conviction by final judgment, be punished with imprisonment of not less
than six (6) months nor more than two (2) years or a fine of not less than One
Thousand Pesos (P1,000.00) nor more than Five Thousand Pesos (P5,000.00)
or both at the discretion of the Court. If the violation is committed by an alien,
he or she shall be immediately deported after service of sentence without any
further proceedings.

Section 8. SEPARABILITY CLAUSE
In case any provision of these rules and regulations is declared
contrary to law and or unconstitutional other provisions which are not affected
thereby shall continue to be in force and in effect.
Section 9. REPEALING CLAUSE
All Administrative Orders, Rules and Regulations and other
administrative issuance or parts thereof, inconsistent with the provisions of
this Regulation are hereby repealed or modified accordingly.
Section 10. EFFECTIVITY
This Regulation shall take effect fifteen (15) days after its publication
in a newspaper of general circulation.

RECOMMENDING APPROVAL OF ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER ON
RULES AND REGULATIONS ON REGISTRATION OF ANIMAL
CONTROL FACILITY, CATTERY, CIRCUS/CARNIVAL ANIMAL SHOW,
CORRAL, HOG FARM, KENNEL, LABORATORY ANIMAL FACILITY,
PET SHOP, POULTRY FARM, RACETRACK AND EQUESTRIAN
ESTABLISHMENT, SLAUGHTERHOUSE, STOCK FARM, STOCKYARD,
STUD FARM, VETERINARY CLINIC, VETERINARY HOSPITAL,
WILDLIFE RESCUE CENTER AND ZOO.

ENRIQUE T. CARLOS

(PVMA)
Chairman

NITA HONTIVEROS-LICHAUCO TEODORO A. ABILAY

(PAWS) (DIRECTOR-BAI)
Vice Chairman Vice-Chairman
MEMBERS:

EDGARDO C. DIMALANTA

National Meat Inspection Commission

FIDEL F. MALBAS

Agricultural Training Institute

ABELARDO B. AGULTO

Philippine College of Canine Practitioners

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AND REGULATIONS ON REGISTRATION OF ANIMAL CONTROL FACILITY,
CATTERY, CIRCUS/CARNIVAL ANIMAL SHOW, CORRAL, HOG FARM, KENNEL,
LABORATORY ANIMAL FACILITY, PET SHOP, POULTRY FARM, RACETRACK
AND EQUESTRIAN ESTABLISHMENT, SLAUGHTERHOUSE, STOCK FARM,
STOCKYARD, STUD FARM, VETERINARY CLINIC, VETERINARY HOSPITAL,
WILDLIFE RESCUE CENTER AND ZOO.

CONRADO FRANCISCO

Philippines Society for the Prevention
Of Cruelty to Animals

ARWINIE SERRANO

Veterinary Practitioners Association of the Philippines

JOSE VALENZUELA

Philippine Society of Animal Science

MENANDRO VALERIO

Philippine Animal Hospitals Association

ADOLFO R. ACORDA

Philippine College of Swine Practioners

ELEANOR JAVIER

Department of Education, Culture and Sports

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AND REGULATIONS ON REGISTRATION OF ANIMAL CONTROL FACILITY,
CATTERY, CIRCUS/CARNIVAL ANIMAL SHOW, CORRAL, HOG FARM, KENNEL,
LABORATORY ANIMAL FACILITY, PET SHOP, POULTRY FARM, RACETRACK
AND EQUESTRIAN ESTABLISHMENT, SLAUGHTERHOUSE, STOCK FARM,
STOCKYARD, STUD FARM, VETERINARY CLINIC, VETERINARY HOSPITAL,
WILDLIFE RESCUE CENTER AND ZOO.

NORMA M. MOLINYAWE

Protected Areas and Wildlife Bureau

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