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  • REMINDER - Bulk Garbage
    The Burin Peninsula Regional Service Board would like to remind Towns and Residents that there will be NO Bulk Collection ... (more)
  • January 16th Council Meeting Rescheduled
    Due to another commitment, the Regular Council Meeting that was scheduled for tomorrow, January 16th, has been rescheduled ... (more)
  • Placentia Bay Atlantic Salmon Aquaculture Project
    The draft EIS guidelines for the Placentia Bay Atlantic Salmon Aquaculture Project have been posted on the Department of ... (more)
  • Snow Clearing Regulations
    Residents are reminded that the Town of Marystown’s Snow Clearing Policy is in effect from the week of December 10th, ... (more)
  • Theft of Street Signs Can Endanger Lives!
    At first glance, the theft of a street sign for a dorm room or switching them around as a prank might not seem like a big ... (more)
  • Rodent Poison
    Residents are advised to use caution when placing rodent poison around their properties due to the recent deaths of two ... (more)
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Sale of Animals / Permits





As per the Town’s Regulations, a mobile business permit is required by any person wishing to advertise the sale of animals on a regular basis as this constitutes a business.  If you see an ad selling any animal and you are interested in purchasing that animal, please contact the Burin Peninsula SPCA at 891-8000 to speak with a representative as to whether that seller is considered an acceptable seller.


As per section 64 of the Animal Pedigree Act of Canada, it is a federal offense to sell an animal of a recognized breed as purebred, registered or eligible to be registered if it is not. If you have questions or concerns regarding a seller of a purebred animal, again, contact the Burin Peninsula SPCA for assistance.

 

Posted on June 29th, 2017