Macao Gulee Pet Toys Limited
Estrada De Coelho Do Amaral
No.28-A, Chun Sing
Advances in transportation have narrowed distances and strengthened relationships among the nations of the world. To safeguard public health and prevent the spread and outbreak of animal-borne diseases, the Division of Animal Control and Inspection (DICV) organises rabies vaccination campaigns every year to provide vaccinations for pet dogs and cats in Macao, implements quarantine on imported live animals, and conducts health inspections of pet retail stores and live poultry establishments.
In terms of animal control, the dog-catching team of the DICV is responsible for capturing any stray animals in Macao. The two municipal kennels in Macao and Coloane provide temporary shelters for stray and abandoned animals. They also provide public veterinary services for animals, administer pet adoption procedures and perform pet memorial services. The division continuously conducts civic education and promotional programmes to raise the public’s awareness of their civic responsibilities in raising pets.
Under the authority of the Civic and Municipal Affairs Bureau (IACM), the functions of DICV in regards to animal health are as follows:
1. Licensing and inspection of establishments selling domestic animals, poultry and wild animals;
2. Conducting of health inspections and research of industrial or semi-industrial livestock and poultry breeding operations, and establishments that keep animals for entertainment or commercial purposes;
3. Operating municipal kennels, capturing stray animals, providing veterinary, surgical and memorial services for animals and pets, processing animal adoption procedures, and organising rabies vaccination campaigns;
4. Issuing licence for dogs, and monitoring the health conditions of these dogs;
5. Issuing licences for and conducting inspections on private practice veterinarians;
6. Conducting inspections on the health conditions of animals kept for entertainment or commercial purposes;
7. Providing suitable animal quarantine services;
8. Launching publicity campaigns to promote animal health.
Safeguarding the public health, preventing the spread and outbreak of animal-borne diseases, and raising the public’s awareness of their civic responsibilities in raising pets