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Now, unregistered dogs delivered to the shelter will need to be chipped within 72 hours, entered into the database and within an hour inform the owner if the animal has a chip, the government of Latvia decided today, January 11.
After the pet has arrived at the shelter, the owner of the shelter must identify the owner of the dog within one hour and immediately notify the time and place of receipt of the missing pet.
If the owner does not come for his pet within 24 hours after the announcement of the dog delivered to the shelter, the veterinarian registers the location of the animal in the database, indicating the address of the shelter, the date and time of the dog’s arrival.
The amendments stipulate that on the 15th day from the moment the animal is placed in the shelter, it is registered as the owner of the dog.
At the moment, the Food and Veterinary Service of Latvia has registered 27 shelters and 10 hotels for animals.
Amendments to the rules on keeping animals in shelters and hotels will enter into force on July 1, 2022.
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