(c) It is unlawful for certain persons to transfer dogs.– It is unlawful for any person to buy, sell, offer, transfer, exchange, exchange, auction, auction or rent a dog in any public place of this Commonwealth, except a kennel authorized under this Act, a dog show, show or field trial, sponsored by a recognized breed or canine association, or transfer by a Lifeline kennel within its own network or to another rescue network kennel. If the purchase, sale, transfer, exchange, exchange, draw, auction or rental of a dog takes place in or on the grounds of a kennel, the transaction is illegal unless one of the parties to the transaction is an employee, volunteer or other person acting as an authorized representative of the kennel. Class I kennel. – Maintain or operate a private kennel, pet kennel, research kennel, rescue network kennel, dealer kennel or kennel for a total of 50 dogs or less of any age in a calendar year – $75 per year. (i) immediately cease and refrain from operating a kennel, including boarding, purchasing, exchanging the sale, offering for sale, donating or transferring dogs. § 459 to 302. confiscation and keeping of dogs; Cost; Destruction of dogs (a) exercise all the powers and duties hitherto exercised by the Department of Highways or the Secretary of Highways with respect to the collection of fees for the registration and designation of motor vehicles and trailers, for the registration of drivers of vehicles and for the imposition of fines and penalties for violations of the Registration Acts; titling and operation of vehicles on highways; It is illegal to alter or alter any form of permanent identification of a dog. Anyone convicted of defacing or altering any form of permanent identification of a dog is guilty of a summary conviction offence and will be fined $300 if convicted or imprisoned for at least 90 days, or both. A purchase contract must accompany all dogs permanently identified at the time of sale. (b) Unlawful placement of poison.– It is unlawful for a person to place poison or noxious substances of any kind in any place, on his own premises or elsewhere where they can be easily found and eaten by dogs. Every person convicted of contravening this subsection commits a summary conviction offence. (d) It is unlawful not to respond to a communication.
– It is unlawful for a kennel permit holder or the owner of a facility where dogs are kept not to comply with a written notice issued under this section. (iv) The removal of dogs may be carried out in accordance with paragraphs 211(d), (e) and (f). [FN3] (d) Issuance of trailers.–The Ministry shall issue the number of tokens equal to the number of dogs three months of age or older, or such lesser number as may be determined by the needs of the owner of the kennel approved by the Secretary to be kept in a kennel described in this section. All tags must bear the name of the county in which they are issued, the kennel license number, and any other information required by the secretary due to regulations. Labels must be used and displayed in accordance with section 207(d). [FN1] (3) The full name and address of the previous owner or kennel from whom the dog was received at the time the dogs were admitted. This paragraph shall not apply to kennels. (1) Negligently disturbing or permitting dogs to play or use wildlife on a dog training area, contrary to the provisions of this section. Any person may kill any dog he sees if he chases, injures or kills a pet, injures or kills other dogs, cats or domestic animals, or pursues, injures or attacks persons, whether or not such dog bears the licence label required by the provisions of this Act.
These people are not responsible for damage or other killings. When the law mentions dog bites, it usually talks about attacks on humans. For example, the section on consequences for the dog states: “Any dog that bites or attacks a human will be locked up.” See Pennsylvania Dog Act, specifically Pennsylvania Laws Section 459-502. Under this law, even if a potential victim was quick enough to avoid a bite, the laws of a dog bite could still apply because the dog was chasing a human. (a) Fee Exemption: The provisions of this Act respecting the payment of fees and other charges do not apply to persons who use a service dog for assistance or to a municipal or state police authority that uses a dog in the performance of the functions or duties of that department or agency. Service dog and authorized dog stamps used by a municipal or state agency in the exercise of the functions or functions of that department or agency must be issued free of charge. REQUIRED LAW All dogs over 3 months old must be licensed, city dwellers receive their dog licenses from the Pittsburgh City Treasurer`s Office. (v) Sale of all dogs with more than 25 persons, unless otherwise ordered by the Ministry, within a reasonable period of time fixed by the Department, but not exceeding ten days.
The ministry`s order determines how the kennel owner can sell the dogs. If, after the time prescribed in the order, there are more dogs on the premises than permitted by ministerial regulation, the kennel may select the dogs to be kept up to the number permitted under this subsection. Unselected dogs will be confiscated at the location specified in the departmental ordinance or at a location approved by the department without compensation to the owner. “Commercial cage.” A kennel that breeds or twists dogs and: (b) a conviction report.– The magistrate will prepare a report of a conviction under subsection (a) to the Bureau of Dog Law Enforcement, identify the convicted party, identify and describe the dog or dogs, and provide such other information as the bureau may reasonably require.