Transporting non-ambulatory animals




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Livestock and Livestock Products Act
Loi sur le bétail et les produits du bétail


ONTARIO REGULATION 732/94

Amended to O. Reg. 327/06

TRANSPORTING NON-AMBULATORY ANIMALS

Note: This Regulation was revoked on June 19, 2006. See: O. Reg. 327/06, s. 1.



This Regulation is made in English only.

1.  In this Regulation,

“non-ambulatory” means unable to stand without assistance or to move without being dragged or carried. O. Reg. 732/94, s. 1.



2.  Goats, horses for slaughter, sheep, wild swine, domestic swine, ratites, deer, elk and bison that are non-ambulatory are designated as livestock. O. Reg. 732/94, s. 2.

3.  Dealers who deal in goats, horses for slaughter, sheep, wild swine, domestic swine, ratites, deer, elk or bison are exempt from section 2 of the Act. O. Reg. 732/94, s. 3.

4.  No person shall load, unload or transfer non-ambulatory cattle, goats, horses for slaughter, sheep, wild swine, domestic swine, ratites, deer, elk or bison in a manner that,

(a) drags them in direct contact with the ground; or

(b) pulls them by the head, horns, neck, feet or tail. O. Reg. 732/94, s. 4.

5.  No person shall move non-ambulatory cattle, goats, horses for slaughter, sheep, wild swine, domestic swine, ratites, deer, elk or bison unless,

(a) they are accompanied by a certificate for direct transport to slaughter issued by a veterinarian; and



(b) they are physically separated from other animals in the vehicle. O. Reg. 732/94, s. 5.

6.  If cattle, goats, horses for slaughter, sheep, wild swine, domestic swine, ratites, deer, elk and bison become non-ambulatory during transport, the operator of the vehicle transporting them shall arrange for them to be examined by a veterinarian licensed under the Veterinarians Act and then transport them to a slaughter plant within the meaning of Ontario Regulation 31/05 (Meat) made under the Food Safety and Quality Act, 2001 operated by a licensee under that regulation or to a registered establishment within the meaning of the Meat Inspection Act (Canada). O. Reg. 732/94, s. 6; O. Reg. 226/05, s. 1.


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