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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 2. Agriculture
Title 2. Agriculture
Agency 5. Department Of Agriculture And Consumer Services
10/17/2021

Chapter 150. Rules and Regulations Governing the Transportation of Companion AnimalsRead Chapter

  • Part II. Standards for the Transportation of Companion Animals, Excluding Birds, by Carriers, Dealers, Exhibitors, Pet Shops and Auction SalesRead all
    • Article 2. Special Standards for Dogs and Cats in Addition to General StandardsRead all
    • Section 90
      Primary enclosures for dogs and cats
      Section 100
      Food and water requirements for dogs and cats
      Section 110
      Identification of dogs and cats
  • Part III. Standards for the Transportation of Companion Animals, Excluding Birds, by Cities, Counties, Animal Control Officers, Pounds and Humane SocietiesRead all
    • Article 2. Special Standards for Dogs and Cats in Addition to General StandardsRead all
    • Section 150
      Primary enclosures for dogs and cats
      Section 160
      Water requirements of dogs and cats
      Section 170
      Identification of dogs and cats
FORMS
FORMS (2VAC5-150)

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