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Pet owners must control and restrain their pets all the time.  Organizer is not responsible for any lost pet.  You will be prosecuted and liable if your pets attack or harm other visitors/pets.

  • Each visitor can only bring ONE pet.  If the rule of “One Person, One Pet” is violated, you will be denied entry.
  • Pet owners must be capable of controlling, restraining and looking after your pets.
  • Visitors are fully responsible for their own safety, including their pets.  If you/your pets are attacked and injured by another pet/animal, please dial 999 for getting emergency help from the Police or an ambulance.  Organizer and the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre will not be liable or held responsible in any way for any physical injuries or death.
  • All pet owners are required to take appropriate protective and preventive measures to prevent their pets from being infected by parasites or infecting other pets.
  • All pet owners must abide by the official “Rules and Regulations for Pet Entry” announced, including any temporary changes that have not been announced in advance.

 

For Dogs

Owners MUST present the following documents for dog entry/admission. All dogs are required to receive MICROCHIP SCANNING before entering the venue.

1. Dog License (issued by Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department)

The proof of unexpired Rabies vaccine and microchip number MUST be clearly seen on the license.

2. Vaccination Record (Card)

The proof of unexpired C5/DHPPI/L4 vaccine MUST be clearly seen on the Vaccination Card.

  • All dog owners must take initiative to cooperate with the (dog) microchip inspection and present the valid dog license and (dog) vaccination card to staff before entering the exhibition halls.  If any individual fails to cooperate or present any of the requested documents, the pet owner and his/her pet will be denied entry.
  • All dogs must be securely held on a leash or be placed in a pet case/carrier/stroller holding by a leash at all times.
  • “Large Dogs” shall be securely held on a leash of not more than 2 metres in length by a person at all times orshall be securely tied to a fixed object on a leash of not more than 1.5 metres in length in a manner that does not pose a danger to the public and animal safety, and welfare of the dog.
  • “Fighting Dogs” (including Pit Bull Terrier, Dogo Argentino, Japanese Tosa, Fila Braziliero and their crossbreeds) and “Known Dangerous Dogs” must be securely muzzled and held on a leash not longer than 1.5 metres at all time.  They must also wear special collars.

 

Exhibition/Show Dog

  • All exhibition/show dogs must be implanted with a microchip for identification.
  • All exhibition/show dogs must be fully vaccinated against common infectious diseases at least 14 days prior to the exhibition, which include :
  1. Canine Distemper
  2. Canine Viral Hepatitis
  3. Canine Parvovirusand
  4. any such additional diseases as the Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department may consider appropriate.

 

For Cats

Owners MUST present the following document for cat entry/admission.

1. Vaccination Record (Card)

The proof of unexpired F3/F4/F5 vaccine MUST be clearly seen on the Vaccination Card.

  • All cat owners must take initiative to present the valid (cat) vaccination card to staff before entering the exhibition halls.  If any individual fails to present any of the requested documents, the pet owner and his/her pet will be denied entry.
  • All cats must be securely held on a leash or be placed in a pet case/carrier/stroller holding by a leash at all times.
  • Injection of combined vaccine (e.g. F5) which contains the FeLV vaccine and injection of Rabies vaccine are recommended for cats that go out frequently.
  • Cats under 6 months are strictly prohibited.

 

Exhibition/Show Cat

  •  All exhibition/show cats must be fully vaccinated against rabies and common infectious diseases at least 14 days prior to the exhibition, which include :
  1. Feline Panleucopenia (Feline Infectious Enteritis)
  2. Feline Respiratory Diseases (commonly known as “Cat Flu”)and
  3. any such additional diseases as the Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department may consider appropriate.

 

Other Pets

  •  All other pets (e.g. birds/rabbits/reptiles etc.) must be securely held on a leash or be placed in a pet case/carrier/stroller holding by a leash at all times.
  • All pet owners and their pets must clear the security and safety inspection before entering the exhibition halls.
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