CHAPTER 28c. COMMERCIAL KENNEL
VENTILATION REQUIREMENTS FOR AREAS
WHERE PUPPIES ARE HOUSED IN PRIMARY
ENCLOSURES WITH A DAM OR FOSTER
DAMSTATEMENT OF POLICY
28c.1. Calculation of volumetric air flow requirements for areas of commercial kennels where puppies are housed in primary enclosures with their dam or foster dam.
The provisions of this Chapter 28c issued under section 901 of the Dog Law (3 P. S. § 459-901), unless otherwise noted.
§ 28c.1. Calculation of volumetric air flow requirements for areas of commercial kennels where puppies are housed in primary enclosures with their dam or foster dam.
Volumetric air flow per dog, as set forth in § § 28a.2(f)(2) and 28a.3(b)(1) and (2) (relating to ventilation; and auxiliary ventilation) of the commercial kennel canine health regulations requiring volumetric air flow of 100 cubic feet per minute (CFM) per dog and 200 CFM per dog respectively, in kennel areas where dogs are housed in the same primary enclosure as their dam or foster dam, will be considered compliant with § § 28a.2 (f)(2) and 28a.3(b)(1) and (2) if based upon a calculation of the number of dogs 12 weeks of age and older housed in those primary enclosures.
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