by USDA. You cannot be licensed or registered as an exhibitor. You must be ...
Exotic Animal Dealers: Anyone importing, buying, selling, or trading animals ...
Mar 7, 2016 ... ... products (except butter and cheese), and meat products (e.g., meat pies,
prepared foods) from countries with livestock diseases exotic to the ...
AGENCY: Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, USDA. ..... Accordingly,
retail pet stores that sell exotic animals must be licensed under 9 CFR part 2, ...
WHO SHOULD APPLY FOR A USDA LICENSE? ..... as Florida, the Department
of Wildlife or Fish and Game regulates the licensing of exotic animal owners.
A USDA license is required if you use an exotic in any commercial activity, even if
you don't make a profit (e.g. a parade or school lectures). You can obtain an ...
Regulations: A zoo license is required to exhibit, conduct an educational display,
... in possession of a USDA licensed exhibitor and/or rehabilitation permit.<sup>3</sup>.
sell dogs, cats, rabbits, small exotic animals, or other small pets and cannot
qualify ... Living under USDA licensing is NOT an option for the average retail
Commercial Activity is required for a USDA License USDA Animal Welfare Act
regulates the use of animals in commerce. Commercial activity is a prerequisite ...
Feb 18, 2011 ... Does USDA require a license/permit/permission to exhibit mammals ... exotic
animals and wildlife—used for exhibition and other purposes.
Breeders of exotic animals, like Bengal Tigers and African Servals, play a
significant role ... Exempted entities are universities, research facilities, USDA