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EU agrarian Law

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Obligations Related to the Transportation of pet Animals (Eu Legislation) / Povinnosti Súvisiace S Prepravou Spoločenských Zvierat (Európska Legislatíva)

Barbara Pavlíková
Published Online: 2015-07-01 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/eual-2015-0004

Abstract

A present paper deals with the question very often solved by the pet owner all around the EU Member States. It provides a closer look at the obligations associated with the travelling with the pet animals between the Member States or between the Member State and the third countries. It is focused on non-commercial transportation of pets, as vacation, trip, etc. Contribution by the means of synthesis, analysis and comparison offers an overview of the fundamental EU legislative acts in the fi eld in question. It also addresses the issue of pet passports, the most important identifi cation document, required for pet animals at the EU territory. Defi nitions of the frequently used terminology are listed.

Abstrakt

Prispevok sa zaobera otazkou, ktoru často riešia majitelia spoločenskych zvierat vo všetkych členskych štatoch EU. Poskytuje bližši pohľad na povinnosti spojene s cestovanim so zvieraťom medzi členskymi štatmi, alebo medzi členskym štatom a treťou - nečlenskou krajinou. Zameriava sa na nekomerčnu prepravu, ako je napriklad dovolenka, vylet a podobne. Praca prostrednictvom syntezy, analyzy a porovnania ponuka prehľad zakladnych legislativnych aktov v predmetnej oblasti. Venuje sa tiež otazke tzv. pet pasu, najdoležitejšieho identifikačneho dokladu, vyžadovaneho pre spoločenske zvierata na uzemi EU. Možno v nej najsť aj definicie najčastejšie použivanej terminologie.

Keywords: transportation of pets; pet animal; cat; dog; ferret; pet passport

Kl'účové slová : preprava spoločenskych zvierat; spoločenske zviera; pes; mačka; fretka; pas spoločenskeho zvieraťa

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Published Online: 2015-07-01

Published in Print: 2015-06-01


Citation Information: EU agrarian Law, Volume 4, Issue 1, Pages 28–32, ISSN (Online) 1339-9276, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/eual-2015-0004.

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