Publish on 25 Apr 2018
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The Companion Animals Regulation 2008 is undergoing statutory review by the NSW Government.
The Companion Animals Regulation 2008, which is made under the Companion Animals Act 1998, provides key information about how companion animals (pet cats and dogs) are identified, registered and managed in New South Wales.
In accordance with requirements for the making and review of subordinate legislation, a Draft Regulation and Regulatory Impact Statement have been prepared for public consultation and comment.
The preparation of these documents was informed by responses to the Companion Animals Regulation Discussion Paper consultation in 2017.
The documents are available on the Office of Local Government website. Submissions are now invited and may be submitted until Tuesday 22 May 2018.
News category: Animals & Pets