Blue Mountains News
Selling or Giving Away a Cat or Dog - New Requirements
From the 1st July 2019 new NSW Government requirements of selling or giving away companion animals will be enforced.
All advertised companion animals must include a microchip number OR a breeder identification number OR a rehoming organization number. If you don’t use an identification number, or you falsify a number you could be issued with an on-the-spot fine or face court where a maximum penalty of $5,500 applies.
In NSW a Cat or Dog must be microchipped before its 12 weeks old or before you sell it, whichever occurs first. To find out more visit the website.
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