Subchapter H. IMPORTATION OF WILD ANIMALS
3.141. Conditions for importing.
3.142. Approved health certificate required.
§ 3.141. Conditions for importing.
Wild animals under domestication or in custody may be imported into this Commonwealth, if a report of the number of and species of the imported animals is made to the Department within 10 days and that immediate opportunity for examination is afforded the Department to determine the health status of the animals.
The provisions of this § 3.141 amended April 11, 1975, effective April 12, 1975, 5 Pa.B. 895; amended August 16, 1991, effective August 17, 1991, 21 Pa.B. 3688. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (144189).
§ 3.142. Approved health certificate required.
(a) Animals imported into this Commonwealth for game preserves shall be accompanied by an interstate health certificate from the state of origin listing the eartag or tattoo, description, number of animals and date shipped. A copy of the approved certificate shall be forwarded promptly to the Department.
(b) A prior permit shall be obtained from the Department for feral swine imported into this Commonwealth.
(c) Sheep imported for game preserves, if from other than scabies-free areas, shall be accompanied by an approved dipping slip. The dipping date may not be more than 10 days prior to arrival at the Commonwealth destination.
The provisions of this § 3.142 adopted April 11, 1975, effective April 12, 1975, 5 Pa.B. 895; amended August 16, 1991, effective August 17, 1991, 21 Pa.B. 3688. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (144189) to (144190).
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