Rules On The Criteria And Procedures For The Recognition Of The Dangerous Dog And Determine Future Actions With It, As Well As On The Requirements For Keeping A Dangerous Dog

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par kritērijiem un kārtību, kādā suni atzīst par bīstamu un nosaka turpmāko rīcību ar to, kā arī par prasībām bīstama suņa turēšanai

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 109 in Riga in 2006 (7 February. 7. § 22) the rules on the criteria and procedures for the recognition of the dangerous dog and determine future actions with it, as well as on the requirements for keeping a dangerous dog are Issued according to the animal protection law in article 11 and paragraph 25 of the law on veterinary medicine article point i. General questions 1. rules shall lay down the criteria and arrangements for the dog to be declared dangerous and determined further action with the as well as the requirements for keeping a dangerous dog or dangerous dog registration procedures. 2. the State Agency "agricultural data centre" (hereinafter-the data center): 2.1 establish and maintain a database of dogs that are considered dangerous (hereinafter database);
2.2. within five working days after this rule 15.2.,.,., 20.7 20.6 20.5., 20.8. in paragraph 21 and of receipt of the information referred to in the registry database;
2.3. manufactures and provides free food and veterinary service (hereinafter service) with ribbons for marking of dangerous dog (difference of the Ribbon). Differences from the Ribbon is made of reflective material at least 20 mm wide red neck Ribbon, which printed the dog's identity number and data center phone (mark minimum height-2.5 mm);
2.4. free provides State and local authorities following the information in the database: 2.4.1. details of the owner of the dog, if the dog's attack has occurred and you need to find out the owner of the dog;
2.4.2. the total number of dangerous dogs in the territory of the institution;
2.5. by request of the owner of a dangerous dog, but no more than two times a calendar year seed-free database provides current news on his property in the sun. 3. Database include the following: 3.1 for a dog: dog 3.1.1 identity number that indicates the dog implanted micro scheme;
3.1.2. name;
3.1.3. gender;
3.1.4. date of birth or age;
3.1.5. the holding office;
3.1.6. the dog's description (variety, color, special features);
3.1.7. the date when the last dog vaccinated against rabies;
3.2. the dog's owner: 3.2.1. natural persons first name, last name, social security number, or a legal person, the name, registration number;
3.2.2. telephone number;
3.3. details of the new dog owner (if changing the dog's owner): 3.3.1. physical person's name, surname, personal code, or a legal person, the name, registration number;
3.3.2. the new owner's phone number;
3.3.3. the dog's new range address;
3.4. the dog's date of sterilization;
3.5. the dog's disappearance and discovery date;
3.6. indication of the dog's death or euthanasia;
3.7. the date when the decision on the recognition of dangerous dogs. 4. Data Center database, the existing information about the dog and its owner kept in 25 years, except if that information referred to in paragraph 18. II. recognition of the Dangerous Dog and the further action with their determination 5. Any person may submit to the Office an application for a dog attack (hereinafter application). 6. In the month following the submission of the application by the applicant or the services of any person who is related to a dog attack, may submit a service with a dog attack-related evidence. 7. look for the application created the Commission. The Commission shall consist of five members: 7.1 the three officers, of which one has a higher education in law, but two-higher veterinary education;
7.2. one representative of the local government;
7.3. one kinolog or zoopsiholog. 8. the Commission shall, within one month of the receipt of the application: the application evaluated by 8.1 and evidence;
8.2. monitor the dog's behavior and captures it with a video camera;
8.3. shall adopt one of the following decisions: 8.3.1. recognition of the dangerous dog;
8.3.2. to recognise the dangerous dog (determined further action with the dog);
8.3.3. If the dog has already been recognized as dangerous,-on further action with the dog. 9. The dog's owner: 9.1 must not prevent the Commission to observe the dog's behavior;
9.2. at the request of the Commission, presented his identity papers and a dog house (rooms) the animal's passport or a certificate of vaccination. 10. the Commission, at least five working days before the relevant meeting of the Commission shall notify the parties to the hearing date, location and time. 11. the Commission acknowledges the dangerous dog who: 11.1 caused moderate or serious bodily injury to a person or caused his death;
11.2. attacked other animals (vertebrates) and injured them or caused the death;
11.3. it is aggressive and pose a threat to surrounding people and other animals (vertebrates). 12. the Commission may not recognise the dog on this dangerous provision in paragraph 11 of these cases, if the victim is a man: 12.1 or animals (vertebrate) arbitrarily entered the private area;
12.2. the victim teased, tormented or other cruel had treated a dog or attack;
12.3. the victim with their actions threatened the dog directly in the vicinity of human life, health or property or other animals (vertebrates) health or life;
12.4. the dog performed the work task. 13. The Commission may establish such further action with the dangerous dog: 13.1. dog training;
13.2. a dog sterilization;
13.3. the dog's euthanasia law for the protection of animals in certain cases. 14. If the Commission decides to admit a dog as dangerous, it made the appropriate entry in the dog house (rooms) the animal's vaccination certificate or the passport and the owner of the dog shall issue differences in the Ribbon. 15. the Commission one day after making a decision to declare a dog to be dangerous: 15.1 provides the name of the dog, the implantēj chip;
15.2. send a copy of the decision of the data center. 16. Dog used to denote micro-schema that contains a unique, dog's life in a non-removable PIN. The chip does not interfere with the animal's well-being and not detrimental to its health, as well as comply with the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 May 2003 of Regulation (EC) No 998/2003 on the animal health requirements applicable to the non-commercial movement of pet animals and amending Council Directive (EEC) 92/65.17. territorial unit within five working days after this rule 7.3. the decision referred to in the copy of the decision shall be sent to: 17.1. the owner of the dog;
17.2. the applicant;
17.3. law enforcement authorities who have launched attacks on the dog's records and the damage suffered;
17.4. the local municipality. 18. The data center 24 hours removed from database information about the dog and its owner in the following cases: 18.1. you have received a service message, that the Commission's decision to declare a dog to be dangerous is cancelled;
18.2. you have received this rule 20.7. the information referred to in paragraph below. III. Requirements for keeping a dangerous dog 19. Dangerous Dog must not be used in sport attractions, and at work. 20. Dangerous dog owner: 20.1. should not interfere with this rule 15.1. dog referred to represents the horse;
20.2. ensure that the dog does not get out of the room or enclosed areas unattended and do not come in contact with people or animals;
20.3. If the dog is staying outside its owner's possession or holding area at the gate and other entrances placed clearly marked "dangerous dog";
20.4. ensure at the leash while leaving only one dog;
20.5. the 24-hour period, once found the dog's disappearance or whereabouts, send the data center that rule 3.1, 3.2 and 3.5. information referred to in point;
20.6. within five working days after the dog's rabies vaccination sends a data center that rule 3.1 and 3.2 below information referred to in paragraph 1;
20.7. within five working days after the dog's sterilization sends the data center for the practising veterinarian dog sterilization. The certificate indicates that rule 3.1, 3.2 and 3.4. information referred to in point;
12.9. within five working days after the dog's death sends the data center are zējoš prakt statement of the official veterinarian, the dog's death. The certificate indicates that rule 3.1, 3.2 and 3.6. information referred to in paragraph below. 21. If a dangerous dog is seized, the former owner of the dog within five working days after the dog's owner to Exchange sends the data center that rule 3.1, 3.2 and 3.3 of the information referred to in paragraph below. 22. If a dangerous dog leave the outside space or enclosed area: 22.1. the neck is attached distinctions Ribbon;
22.2. it is incumbent on the muzzle muzzle muzzle which part is closed and do not allow the opportunity to bite people or animals;
22.3. the leading resistant martingale which is not greater than 1.5 metres. 23. If a dangerous dog owner does not comply with these rules and the law on the protection of animals, the veterinary service, the Inspector is entitled to put the dog to the animal shelter's decision. Managed must related to dog forced animal shelter, accommodation shall be borne by the dog's owner. 24. the Commission's decision may be challenged in the administrative procedure law and the law on the protection of animals. IV. final question 25. Regulations shall enter into force by 1 January 2007. Prime Minister a. Halloween Minister of Agriculture m. rose