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IS 4746 (1968): Code for transport of dogs and cats by
rail, road and air [FAD 5: Livestock Feeds, Equipment and
Systems]
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IS I f746 -1968
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AMENDMENT NO. 1
SEPTEMBER 1972
TO
IS : 4746·1968 CODE FOR
TRANSPORT OF DOGS AND CATS BY
RAIL, ROAD AND Am
Alteration
(Page 5) clause 4.3, first
the existing first sentence:
s~nt''''')
.... Substitute the following for
C The vehicle used for transporting these animals should maintain a
constan t speed and shall not exceed 40 km per hour. t
(AFDC 24)
Reproduced by Rlprogf.phy Unit.
lSI. Ie. D.,lil
IS 14746· 1968
Indian Standard
CODE FOR TRANSIJOR"r OF DOGS AND
CArTS BY RAIL, ROAD AND AIR
0.
FORE WORD
0.1 'I'hiv Iridian Standard was adopted by the Indian Standards Institution
011 26 August 1(}f)l~, after the draft finalized IJy the Live Animals Sectional
Committee hat) been approved ])y the Agricultural and Food Products
Division Council.
0.2 I)()~'i and c ats ,ll fa widely used a" pot's and as exhibits. DC)KS are also
used for manv other purposes. S11' 11 a~ [(lr ~lliding' blind persons; watch,
protection and hunting operation-: ..uid tr,u ing the convicts, Besides, dogs
a nd cats arc 11~~(1 ..\~ laboratorv animals for rr-search concerning t,iolll~dical
pllrpos{'s. 111 view of this lar~(~ uvaue of dogs and cats, tile)' are frequently
required to })l' transported. As transport i equire-rnents of both these animals
are l>y and largf' the sarnc, a r ouu nou C()(tt~ is l)~illg- prescribed for their
transport.
0.3 In tilt' preparation of this code. due rons ideration has been 1o{:~/ell to
Prevention of Cruelty to Anirnal-, Act , 19t>O. However, it is subject to
restrictions
ilJIP()SP<)
under this .'\(
r.
tile
tile
wherever applicable.
0.4 For the ptlrp()s~ of clcciding whether a part icular requ ir emr-n t of'thi-, c ode
is complied with, the filial value, observed or calculated, expressing the
result of a test, shall bo rounded off in accordance with IS: 2·1960*. The
number of significant places retained in the rounded off value should be the
same as that of the specified value in this standard.
1. SCOPE
1.1 This code covers the essential requisites for the transport of ~)()I{s and
rats bv- rail, road and, air. It is applicable to all breeds of d(j~'i a nd cats.
2. TERMINOLOGY
2.0 For the purpose of this standard, the follow ing definitions shall apply.
·Rul~1
to.. rounding off numerical
values ( rll'/~,J ).
3
2.1 ADlmal--- Only dog or cat.
2.2 Sbe - The length, width, height and elbow size of dog and cat shall
be defined as under.
2.2.1 Length -- Tip of nose to root of tail (set A in Fig. 1).
2.2.2 Jti.'idl" - Width across the shoulders (set D in Fig. 1 ).
,
2.2.3 Height- Tip of ears to toe while standing (see B in Fig. 1).
2.2.4 Elbow Si~e - Toe to tip of elbow (see C in Fig. I ).
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GENERAL CONDmONS
'.1 Animals to be transported should be healthy and ill good condition.
They shall be examined by a qualified pf'rson for freedom from contagious
and infectious diseases and their fitness to undertake the journey
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3.1.1 Animals transported in the same container shall be
species and breed.
or the
same
3.1.2 Unweaned puppies or kittens shall not be transported in the same
cage with adult dogs or cats other than their dams.
3.1.3 Any dog or cat reported to be vicious or exhibiting a vicious
disposition shall be transported individually in a cage, muzzled and labelled
to give warning to the handlers. In extreme cases, the animals shall be
administered with sedative drugs by a suitably qualified officer.
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3.1.4 Any female dog or cat ill season (oestrus) shall not be transported
in the same container with any male.
3.1.5 It is nell desirable to transport dOKS and cats in an advance stage of
pregnancy.
3.2 Animals should I.>f' f~d and watered about two hours prior to their
transport. Hungry and thirstv animals should not be packed.
3.2.1 Watering en route may l>e done- every four hours in summer or every
six hours during winter. Feeding en route shall be done at least once in 12
hours for adult animals and once in four hours for puppies and kittens or in
accordance with the instructions of the consignors.
3.3 Animals should also tlf' exercised as late as possible before despatch.
3.4 Animals should become accustomed to the cage in which thev are to
travel beforehand, a, this may assist the animal during its journey,
dogs and cats may l)~ allowed to travel with the owner
provided they are protected from calJ'iing anv nuisance . disturbance, etc, to
tile other passenzers.
3.5 Toy breeds
(If
3.6 Adequate arrangements shall 1)(' made lor the care arid management of
rhe animals during tile journev.
3.7 Health Certificate ---- A val id health certificate by a veterinarian
authorized by the State to the effect that the animals are ill fit condition to
travel ll)' rail, road or air and are not showing any sign of infectious or
contagious disease including rabies shall accompany the consignment. For
dogs tho rr-rtificate vhall also include the date and type of vaccine injeqted.
4. ROAD TRAVEL
4.1 This mode of transport may he adopted only when the animals ate to
1)(' transported over short distances.
4.2 In road journcv, ill public vehicle, the dogs or cats shall be put in a
rage. ThE" cage containing dogs or cats shall not be put on the roof of the
vehicle hut shall J)f' put inside the vehicle preferably near the rear end of the
vehir If'.
4.3 The vehicle ill which the animals are to be transported should maintain
constant speed. Sudden stops should be avoided. Effects of shocks and
jolts should be reduced to a minimum.
4.4 At least one attendant shall be present at all times during transit and
he shall ensure that proper transit conditions are observed. He shall also
replenish food and water whenever necessary.
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5. RAIL TRAVEL
5.1 In case the journey is for more than six hours, all attendant shall accompany the animals to supply them with their food, water, t'llt( , en route. The
attendant shall have all access to the animals for Iecding, watering and
attention at all stations.
5.2 Thr- .uiimal« should
[lot
be exposed to the direct blast of air.
6. AIR TRAVEL
6.1 Tile cages should he properly cleaned and sterilized before the animals
are put in the cages.
tt
6.2 Snub nose dog-s, such as pekiugese 9 a nd PURS, are affected more than
other breeds by rarified atmosphere and care shall be taken to ('11StI1'~ that
the front of the container has open barsfrom the top to the bottom of the
box for ventilation. It is essential that the animal be free Irom respiratory
troubles .
6.3 Sufficient paddy stra\v! saw dust 'I)(ll)t~r cI,ttil1C:" ,>11,111
cats ill the C'a~c~ as resting mate: ia l ,
6.4 For iuternational transport. tho anim.rl-, should be kept
compartment with regulated temperature,
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7. CONTAINERS FOR TRANSPORTING
7.1 Cages, cartons or crates, used tel transport clogs or cats, shall be of such
nlaterial which will 110t tear or crumble. They shall be well constructed,
well ventilated and designed to protect the health of the animals by ~ivill~
them adequate space and safety. It is essential that wire mesh should })(A
nose and paw proof'; suitable material is a welded wire mesh of not less
that} 3 rnrn, with a spacing 12 X 12 mm, Expanded metal and wire neuing
are unsuitable for this purpose. There should be no protruding nails or
unprotected edges of wire. DOKS and cats kennels in rail coaches shall be
so placed as to give protection to animals from extremes of temperature and
disturbance from birds and by givill~ them adequate spacf' for health and
safety.
7.1.1 The size of the containers for transportmg dogs shall be as Riven ill
Table 1. A model cage is shown in Fig. 2.
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TABLE 1 DOG CONTAINER
( Clause 7. 1.1 )
All dimensions
By ROAD
In
centimetres.
By
ANn RAIL
A + C + 10
D x 2 + 10
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Length ( L)
Width (W)
A X
if
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8 -1 15
AIR
B
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10
LIPTING HANDLE
CATCH FOR
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?\10DEL DOG CAGE
7.1.2 The size of the containers for transporting cats shall be as given in
Table 2. A model cage is shown in Fig. 3.
TABLE 2 CAT CONTAINER
All dimensions in centimetres.
By
ROAD AND RAIL
Lenltb(L)
Width (W)
A
A
Height (Ht)
B
X
2
+ 15
7
By AlB
Ax2
A
B
+ 10
IS 14746.1968
M!TAL CON1.,NEffS 'OR
flOOD AND WATER
lfFTING HANDLE
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HOLES
PADLOCK
CATCH
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TRAy HANDLE
...- .. SANITARV lAAY
~ PARTITION FO" FOOD AND
SANIT.RV COMPARTMENTS
7.2 LabelUag of Coataiaer. - All animal conta iners shall
clearlv
labelled showing the name, address and telr-phone number (if anv \ of the
consignor and the consignee and the mark <livestoc k ' In 1>01(1 It'd letters.
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8. CAllE IN TRANSIT
1.1 The consignee shall l)f- informed about the train or transport arrival
or
flight number and it, time of arrival in advaru (-.
8.2 Animal consignment to be transported 1)\, tail or road shall be booked
by the next passenger or mail train or 1)\18 and should not be detained after
accepting the consignment for booking.
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