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Register For Domestic Pets And Dangerous Dog Breeds Balearic Islands

The information in Spanish on the website link below for potentially dangerous breeds. For others, visit the town hall if they hold a register or the local vets. Register and Information in Spanish

Register For Domestic Pets And Dangerous Dog Breeds Canary Islands

Government website but also please check at your local vets and town halls. Website Details

Register For Domestic Pets And Dangerous Dog Breeds Murcia

Please find full information in Spanish. Includes some forms and addresses. Pets full Information

Register For Cats Dogs Ferrets Andalucia (raia)

You should go to the nearest veterinarian clinic or veterinary establishment or, where appropriate the animal municipal centre (ask at your town hall if they have one. The professional there will take care of everything.

Dangerous Dogs Breed Register Valencia.

The information (in Spanish) includes a list of dogs plus full information on requisites and forms. Register Website Information

Is It Illegal To Grow Rhubarb In Spain?

No it is not, but as the leaves of rhubarb are highly toxic, especially for goats and sheep, and you live in an area where goats or sheep roam free or are ´taken on walks´ with their keeper you have to make sure to only grow it in a fenced are

How And Where To Denounce Animal Abuse

The ´Animal Party´/ Partido Animalista PACMA has developed a website called ¨Yo Denuncio / I denounce¨ with information on how and where to denounce animal abuse with the relevant authorities. Also guides you through the process of writing

Travellers – Goods/items You Can Or Cannot Bring Into Spain

Info from the Tax Agency. Some items/goods you cannot bring with you, some only with accompanying paperwork. On others no restrictions at all. LINK

Hunting Laws Valencia

Please read the info provided on the government website. LINK

What Are The Regulations On Dog Ownership?

You will find that each town hall and autonomous region has it’s own regulations on dog ownership. There is also a national law. Ask your town hall for a copy of the ‘ordenanza’ in relation to dogs and or other domestic animals