P-42, r. 10.1 - Regulation respecting the safety and welfare of cats and dogs

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1.3. An application for the issue of a permit must be made in writing and contain the following information and documents:
(1)  the name, address and contact information of the applicant and, in the case of a legal person, partnership, association or organization, those of its representative;
(2)  the business number assigned to the applicant pursuant to the Act respecting the legal publicity of enterprises (chapter P-44.1);
(3)  the address of each place of custody and a description of the activities carried on there;
(4)  for the permit provided for in section of the Animal Health Protection Act (chapter P-42) and the permit as the owner or custodian of 50 or more cats or dogs, a scale plan of the place of custody, its outbuildings and the land on which it is located. The plan must
(a)  describe in detail the use of each building and outbuilding;
(b)  indicate the floor and wall dimensions and specify the materials used to cover the floor and the lower portions of the walls with which the animals may come into contact; and
(c)  describe the equipment used for restraint or confinement, specifying the number of pieces of equipment;
(5)  for the permit provided for in section of the Animal Health Protection Act, an estimate of the maximum number of animals, by species, that may be housed in the place of custody;
(6)  for all classes of permits as the owner or custodian of 15 or more animals, the number of animals, by species and place of custody, of which the applicant is the owner or custodian, excluding any kittens or pups less than 6 months old born to a female kept on the same premises;
(7)  the number of persons, by place of custody, assigned to care for the animals;
(8)  the signature of the applicant or the applicant’s representative.
The application must also include a euthanasia protocol or expressly mention that euthanasia will be carried out exclusively by a veterinary surgeon or under his or her immediate supervision.
O.C. 1021-2013, s. 1.