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7 Pa. Code § 27.4. State Registry of Dangerous Dogs.

§ 27.4. State Registry of Dangerous Dogs.

 (a)  Registry established. The Department will maintain a Registry in which it will enter the following:

   (1)  The name, description, location and owner of each dog determined to be dangerous under section 502-A of the act (3 P. S. §  459-502-A).

   (2)  Applications for registration filed with the Department under §  27.5 (relating to owner’s application to register a dangerous dog).

   (3)  Communications received by the Department regarding possible violations of the act involving a dangerous dog.

   (4)  Communications received by the Department that a dangerous dog has attacked another animal, has attacked a human being, has died or has been sold or donated. If a dangerous dog has died, the registry will reflect the date and the circumstances of death. If a dangerous dog has been sold or donated, the Registry will include the name, address and telephone number of the new owner.

 (b)  Public inspection. The Registry established in subsection (a) is available for inspection and copying by the public during the office hours of the Department insofar as consistent with the proper discharge of the duties of the Department.

 (c)  Location of Registry. The Registry established in subsection (a) is located in the Bureau of Dog Law Enforcement, Room 102, Agriculture Building, 2301 North Cameron Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17110-9408.

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