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1 Non-affiliated Breeder Permit Louise Laurens Education Officer PH:

2 Please view this presentation and answer the short quiz

3 Once your quiz has been submitted and your permit processed you will be notified

4 The Non-affiliated Breeder Permit allows MBRC residents to make application to keep and breed dogs or cats providing that they can establish that they can maintain, and agree to maintain the animals nuisance free and meet the minimum standards of care and housing

5 The non-affiliated breeder permit will be determined by the applicant's ability to meet: the permit conditions and property size housing fencing enclosures proximity of neighbours and history of any complaints

6 Animal Management (Cats and Dogs) Act 2008

7 Part 2 Purposes and application of Act Division 1 Purposes 3 Purposes of Act The purposes of this Act are to— (a) provide for the identification and registration of cats and dogs; and (b) provide for the effective management of regulated dogs; and (c) promote the responsible ownership of cat and dogs. Note— For the welfare of animals generally, see the Animal Care and Protection Act 2001.

8 Part 3 Interpretation Division 1 Dictionary 11 What is a cat or dog (1) A cat is an animal of the species Felis catus, or domestic cat. (2) A dog is an animal of the species Canis lupus familiaris, or domestic dog.

9 Chapter 3 Registration Part 1 Particular person’s obligations 44 Registration obligation (1) An owner of a cat or dog must comply with section 46 to register the cat or dog in the relevant local government’s area within 14 days after starting to keep the cat or dog in the area unless the person has a reasonable excuse

10 Chapter 2 Identification of cats and dogs Part 1 Prescribed permanent identification devices Division 1 Obligation on supplier or owner of cat or dog 13 Supplier must ensure cat or dog is implanted (1) A person must not, unless the person has a reasonable excuse, supply a cat or dog to anyone else if it is not implanted with a PID. Note— A cat or dog that is less than 8 weeks old must not be implanted with a PID

11 Non- affiliated Breeder Permit **Each individual dog / cat owned by the permit holder must be registered**

12 Permit Conditions … 1.An onsite inspection of the property by an authorised council officer is required prior to the granting of this permit 2.All applicants must comply with the minimum standards for the keeping of the specific animal species including any conditions that may be applied to an approved permit

13 Permit Conditions Cont’ … 3.Applicant must complete either »On line course or »Attend course at Council 4.Applicants are to include MBRC permit number on all ads and website A permit may be revoked at any time for a breach of permit conditions

14 Minimum Standards

15 Minimum Standards Cont’ … The keeper must ensure that the animal is adequately identified so that the keeper’s name, address and telephone number are readily ascertainable, and The keeper must ensure that waste waters from enclosures are drained in a nuisance free manner and that run-off is kept off adjoining land or as otherwise directed by an authorised person, and

16 Minimum Standards Cont’ … The keeper must ensure that excreta, food scraps and other material that is, or is likely to become, offensive is collected at least daily and, if not immediately removed from the premises, is kept in a fly proof container of a kind approved by the local government, and

17 Minimum Standards Cont’ … The keeper must ensure that any enclosure in which the animal is kept is in a clean and sanitary condition and free of dust and odour, and  The keeper must ensure that the enclosure is vermin free.

18 Minimum Standards Cont’ … In addition to the general standards, a person who keeps an animal or an animal of a specified species must also comply with the minimum standards specified for the animal or species of animal For the avoidance of doubt, if there is an inconsistency between a general standard and a specific standard, the specific standard shall prevail

19 Breed History …. Do you know your pet’s breed history?? Breeders are required under the permit to provide general information to the new owners such as breed, health care, training etc Eg: Terriers were bred to tirelessly hunt vermin. They have lots of attitude, excess energy and often have an independent nature. Training is required.

20 American Pit Bull Terrier or Pit Bull Terrier Fila Brasileiro Japanese Tosa Dogo Argentino Perro de Presa Canario or Presa Canario Restricted Breeds ** DO NOT BREED **

21 Records … Keeping clear breeding records is highly recommended Date of birth of each litter, colour, sex, new owner Vet history – vaccinations, worming, issues Identification – microchip numbers

22 Problems High demand for puppies and kittens often creates: Bad breeding 1.Nervous / unsound animals 2.Pets that have a tendency to snap or show aggression Medical problems –Eyes –Skin –Joints ** Behaviour related problems are linked to, however are not limited to, genetics, environment, lack of training and hormones **

23 Breeding … Have you considered the costs involved not only for the litter but if mum requires treatment or surgery? Do you have the time required if the litter require a helping hand?

24 Breeding Cont’ … Pets should be over 12 months of age to have their first litter Mum should be fit and in good health before mating Mum should be vaccinated, microchipped, worm and flea FREE Worms can be passed through the milk supply or placenta

25 Hereditary diseases … Hereditary diseases can be passed on from the parents to the offspring examples: Heart and kidney disease Hip dysplasia Blindness Entropion Take reasonable steps to avoid hereditary diseases

26 Genetics … Each animal is composed of cells Each cell has a central nucleus that contains the genetic material inherited from its parents The chromosomes are made up of DNA The chromosomes are in pairs and one of each pair is inherited from each parent – 1 from mum + 1 from dad A gene is a particular section of a chromosome at a certain location Each gene has a specific role in determining the development of a certain feature of that animal 50% of an animal’s genetic material comes from mum and 50% from dad

27 Genetics continued… So what does this mean for your breed? An aggressive parent may lead to the litter having aggressive tendencies A parent with a genetic eye problem will pass this trait on to the litter A future buyer may find this very costly to fix and it can be very distressing to the animal

28 Ideal ‘parents’ Fit and healthy Sound temperament Free from hereditary disease Mum and dad matched in size Not displaying any genetic faults Sexually mature (over 12 months of age) Pets that are related should not be allowed to breed with each other (eg mother & son, father & daughter, brother & sister) Is your pet both mentally and physically sound?

29 Puppies and Kittens All puppies and kittens will learn and mimic their mother – both the good and the bad *** A mum that panics easily will stress her litter ***

30 Pregnancy Cat’s Gestation – average days Dog’s Gestation – average days Week 1 to 5 – no change Week 5 - treat for internal and external parasites (worms and fleas), increase food intake by 25-50% depending on breed and size of litter and feed 2-4 small meals a day and gentle exercise Feed good quality highly digestible growth (puppy or kitten) food

31 Labour Whelping or queening area needs to be draught free dry, warm and safe Prior to labour starting mum may appear to be nesting, refuse food, appear restless or clingy, pant or shiver The puppy or kitten will pass into the cervix and this creates the urge to push Whelping should occur within an hour after pushing has started Puppies/kittens maybe delivered 5-10 minutes apart others minutes apart Seek veterinary assistance if mum is straining for more than minutes Please call your local vet if you are concerned at any time

32 When they are born … During the first week of feeding mum will require 1.5 times her normal food intake By week three her will require up to 3 times her normal intake For mum’s with large litters she should be allowed to eat as much as she needs As the pups/kittens start eating solid foods reduce mum’s food intake slowly Always ensure clean, fresh water is available

33 Weaning Depending on the breed this normally occurs 3-5 weeks of age. Reducing mum’s food intake back to her normal intake during this time will help reduce her milk. During weaning excess milk can lead to mastitis – the inflammation of the mammary glands.

34 Puppies and kittens … 3-4 weeks - teeth will begin to appear Soft, moist solid foods can be introduced 6-7 weeks – 4-5 small meals a day Feed each one separate to ensure everyone is eating

35 Puppies and Kittens continued … Worm all puppies and kittens fortnightly starting at 2 weeks of age READ THE ADVICE GIVEN ON THE WORMING PREPARATION BEFORE DOSING Provide plenty of soft toys to play with – this builds up muscles, coordination and social skills Play a radio or tv so your puppies and kittens can hear new sounds Spend time with each puppy and kitten – gently handle them Knowing your litter will help place them in the right home 8 weeks is the optimum age to go to their new home as the pups will be able to best adapt to the outside world away from its siblings

36 Socialisation … The first 3-4 months of life are the most important, correct and positive socialisation is vital for the healthy development of the animal

37 Responsible Breeder Understands Keeping of the pets Welfare of the pets Breeding of the pets Selling of the pets Dispose of pets Good record keeping

38 Let your litter have the best start in life and be … Well formed Well fed Free from parasites Well adjusted

39 Local Laws Requirements Adequate Fencing Effective control

40 New owner information … Vaccination certificate Microchip paperwork including change of ownership paperwork Worming chart General information including Diet, grooming, training, Receipt of sale

41 Generic handouts for all new owners will be available for all permit holders

42 Please complete the following quiz …. Good luck

43

44 Dog Groups … Do you know your dogs history?? Toys, Terriers, Gundogs, Hounds, Working, Utility and Non- sporting Dog Breeders are required under the permit to provide general information to the new owners such as health care, training etc Generic information will be available from Council

45 Toys … Bred to be loving companions Robust and Extremely tough Affenpinscher, Australian Silky Terrier, Bichon Frise, Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Chihuahua (long and smooth coat), Chinese Crested Dog, English Toy Terrier, Griffon Bruxellois, Havanese, Italian Greyhound, Japanese Chin, King Charles Spaniel, Lowchen, Maltese, Miniature Pinscher, Papillon, Pekingese, Pomeranian, Pug, Tibetan Spaniel, Yorkshire Terrier

46 Terriers … Bred to tirelessly hunt vermin Lots of attitude, excess energy, independent nature Airedale Terrier, American Staffordshire Terrier, Australian Terrier, Bedlington Terrier, Border Terrier, Bull Terrier, Bull Terrier (miniature), Cairn Terrier, Cesky Terrier, Dandie Dinmont Terrier, Fox Terrier (smooth and wire), German Hunting Terrier, Glen of Imaal Terrier, Irish Terrier, Jack Russell Terrier, Kerry Blue Terrier, Lakeland Terrier, Manchester Terrier, Norfolk Terrier, Norwich Terrier, Parson Russell Terrier, Scottish Terrier, Sealyham Terrier; Skye Terrier, Soft Coated Wheaton Terrier, Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Tenterfield Terrier, Welsh Terrier, West Highland White Terrier

47 Gundogs … Bred to find and retrieve game Need regular, invigorating exercise Bracco Italiano, Brittany, Chesapeake Bay Retriever, Clumber Spaniel, Cocker Spaniel, Cocker Spaniel (American), Curly Coated Retriever, English Setter, English Springer Spaniel, Field Spaniel, Flat Coated Retriever, German Shorthaired Pointer, German Wirehaired Pointer, Golden Retriever, Gordon Setter, Hungarian Vizsla, Hungarian Wire Haired Vizsla, Irish Red and White Setter, Irish Setter, Irish Water Spaniel, Italian Spinone, Labrador Retriever, Lagotto Romagnolo, Large Munsterlander, Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever, Pointer, Sussex Spaniel, Weimaraner, Weimaraner (longhair), Welsh Springer Spaniel

48 Hound … Bred to track using sight or smell Scent hounds - use their smell to follow a trail Sight hounds - use speed and stamina Afghan Hound, Basenji, Basset Fauve De Bretagne, Basset Hound, Beagle, Bloodhound, Bluetick Coonhound, Borzoi, Dachshund (long haired, miniature long haired, smooth haired, miniature smooth haired, wire haired, miniature wire haired), Deerhound, Finnish Spitz, Foxhound, Grand Basset Griffon Vendeen, Greyhound, Hamiltonstovare, Harrier, Ibizan Hound, Irish Wolfhound, Norwegian Elkhound, Otterhound, Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen, Pharaoh Hound, Rhodesian Ridgeback, Saluki, Sloughi, Whippet

49 Working … Bred to help man - guarding, leading, guiding, tracking, pulling carts, water rescues, etc Require training - active minds Australian Cattle Dog, Australia Kelpie, Australian Shepherd, Australian Stumpy Tail Cattle Dog, Bearded Collie, Bergamasco Shepherd, Belgian Shepherd Dog (Groenendael, Laekenois, Malinois, Tervueren), Border Collie, Bouvier De Flandres, Briard, Collie (rough and smooth), Dutch Shepherd, Finnish Lapphund, German Shepherd Dog, Komondor, Kuvasz, Maremma Sheepdog, Norwegian Buhund, Old English Sheepdog, Polish Lowland Sheepdog, Puli, Pumi, Shetland Sheepdog, Swedish Lapphund, Swedish Vallhund, Welsg Corgi (Cardigan and Pembroke), White Swiss Shepherd Dog

50 Utility … Includes large breeds of livestock guardian, rescue and messenger type dogs Akita, Alaskan Malamute, Anatolian Shepherd Dog, Bermese Mountain Dog, Black Russian Terrier, Boxer, Bullmastiff, Canadian Eskimo Dog, Central Asian, Shepherd Dog, Dobermann, Dogue De Bordeaux, German Pinscher, Italian Corso Dog, Kangal Dog, Leonberger, Mastiff, Neapolitan Mastiff, Newfoundland, Portuguese Water Dog, Pyrenean Mastiff, Pyrenean Mountain Dog, Rottweiler, Samoyed, Schnauzer, Schnauzer (giant), Schnauzer (miniature), Shiba Inu, Siberian Huskey, Spanish Mastiff, St Bernard, Tibetan Mastiff

51 Non sport … Boston Terrier, British Bulldog, Canaan Dog, Chow Chow; Dalmatian, Eurasier, French Bulldog, German Spitz (Klein and Mittel), Great Dane, Japanese Spitz, Keeshound, Lhasa Apso, Peruvian Hairless Dog, Peruvian Hairless dog (medium and small), Poodle (minature, standard and toy), Schipperke, Shar Pei, Shih Tzu, Tibetan Spaniel, Xoloitzcuintle

52 American Pit Bull Terrier or Pit Bull Terrier Fila Brasileiro Japanese Tosa Dogo Argentino Perro de Presa Canario or Presa Canario Restricted Breeds ** DO NOT BREED **

53 Breed names Registration names: ANKC – Australian National Kennel Council Spoodle = cocker spaniel x or poodle x

54 Records Breeding records – DOB, colour, sex, new owner Identification – microchip numbers MBRC Code of ethics is currently being developed for non-affiliated breeders

55 Problems High demand for pups often creates: Bad breeding 1.Nervous / unsound 2.Tendency to snap and show aggression Medical problems –Eyes –Skin –Joints ** Behaviour related problems are linked to, however are not limited to, genetics, environment, lack of training and hormones **

56 Cat breeds … Groups 1 to 4 Cat Breeders are required under the permit to provide general information to the new owners such as health care, training etc Generic information will be available from Council

57 Cats … Group1 Persian, Exotic SH, Birman, Turkish Van, Norwegian Forest Cat, Maine Coon, Ragdoll, Siberian

58 Cats … Group 2 Siamese, Foreign White (Shorthair/Longhair), Balinese, Oriental Shorthair, Oriental Longhair (Javanese)

59 Cats … ) Group 3 British Shorthair, Manx / Cymric, Chartreux, Scottish Fold (Shorthair/Longhair), Scottish Shorthair, Selkirk Rex (Long & Shorthair), Russian, Abyssinian, Somali, Burmese, Cornish Rex, Devon Rex, German Rex, Korat, Australian Mist, Ocicat, Bengal, Japanese Bobtail (Shorthair / Longhair), Singapura, Tonkinese, Bombay, Burmilla (Long & Shorthair), Sphynx, Egyptian Mau, La Perm (Long & Shorthair)

60 Cats … Group 4 Companion Pets

61 Responsible Breeder Keeping of the pets Welfare of the pets Breeding of the pets Selling of the pets Dispose of pets Good record keeping

62 Non- affiliated Breeder Permit Application Fee (non refundable) $130 Annual Renewal Fee $ 25 Each animal $ 20 **Each individual dog / cat owned by the permit holder must be registered**

63 Local Laws Requirements Fencing Effective control

64 Generic handouts for all new owners will be available for all permit holders

65 Please hand in your question card ….


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