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7 Pa. Code § 21.22. Housing.

§ 21.22. Housing.

 (a)  Dogs that display ferocious or aggressive behavior shall be kept inaccessible to other dogs.

 (b)  Dogs under quarantine shall be maintained separately from susceptible species of animals and humans according to conditions described in the quarantine notice.

 (c)  Adult dogs shall be segregated by sex except for health, welfare or breeding reasons.

 (d)  Dogs that are not acclimated to the outdoor temperatures prevalent in the area or region where they are maintained, breeds of dogs that cannot tolerate the prevalent outdoor temperatures without stress or discomfort (such as short-haired breeds in cold climates), and sick, infirm, aged or young dogs may not be kept in outdoor facilities unless that practice is specifically approved by the attending veterinarian.


   The provisions of this §  21.22 amended January 12, 1996, effective April 12, 1996, 26 Pa.B. 161. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (103174).

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