Health of Animals Regulations
185 (1) Every person who applies, or causes the application of, a new approved tag to an animal, or the carcass of an animal, that does not bear an approved tag, bears an approved tag that has been revoked, or that has lost its approved tag, shall keep a record of
(a) the number of the new approved tag; and
(b) enough information about the origin of the animal or the carcass to enable the origin to be traced, including, if it is known by that person,
(i) the number of the approved tag that was previously applied to the animal or carcass and, in the case of an animal or carcass to which more than one approved tag has been applied since the animal’s birth, the numbers of all of them,
(ii) the name and address of the owner or person having the possession, care or control of the animal or carcass when it was brought to the place where the new approved tag was attached to it and the date when it was brought to the place, and
(iii) the identification of any conveyance that brought the animal or carcass to the place where the new approved tag was attached to it.
(2) Subsection (1) does not apply in respect of the application of an approved tag to
(3) Every person who applies, or causes the application of, a new approved tag to an animal, or the carcass of an animal, that already bears an approved tag or an approved tag that has been revoked, shall, within 30 days after the new approved tag is applied, report to the administrator the number of the new approved tag as well as the number of the previously applied tag.
(4) An organization that manages an animal identification system shall, if it receives the information referred to in subsection (3), report the information to the administrator within 30 days after receiving it.
- SOR/2000-416, s. 1;
- SOR/2005-192, s. 12;
- SOR/2010-137, s. 4.
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