B-3.1, r. 0.1 - Regulation respecting the welfare and safety of domestic companion animals and equines

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In force: 2024-02-10
13. The indoor temperature and humidity rate of the place of custody must be maintained at a level that meets the biological needs of the animal therein. The humidity rate must be between 30% and 70%.
Where the temperature inside the place of custody or equipment exceeds 27 °C in the case of cats, dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs and companion pigs, or 29 °C in the case of ferrets, an animal other than an animal with special biological needs must not be left in an enclosed space, such as a vehicle, or in an enclosed equipment without having an effective way to get away from the heat. The opening of the vehicle’s windows is not considered an effective way to get away from the heat.
O.C. 1445-2022, s. 13.