YAKUTIA.INFO. Pet owners will be fined for violating pet-keeping rules across the country. The relevant amendment to the Republican Code of Administrative Offenses was introduced today, April 28, at the 37th regular plenary session of the State Assembly (Il Tumen).
From now on, citizens will bear administrative responsibility in the form of a warning or a fine from 1000 to 1500 rubles for the first and from 3000 to 5000 rubles for a repeated violation of the rules for keeping pets in the republic, approved by Decree. of the Government of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) dated 01.08.2014 N 237. State inspectors of the territorial subdivisions of the Department of Veterinary Medicine of RS (Y) will draft protocols and issue resolutions.
The introduction of an administrative measure of impact will increase the responsibility of pet owners, will ensure sanitary-epidemiological and veterinary welfare, will exclude animals from harm to human health, the destruction of property of citizens or legal entities, and will reduce the number of cases of dogs walking on their own.
To avoid fines, we urge dog owners not to let pets go out on their own, to prevent them from polluting public places, to guarantee the safety of citizens and property, and to walk in certain areas.
The changes enter into force 10 days after their official publication. The press service of the Yakutia Department of Veterinary Medicine reports.