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Notification of animal husbandry according to the cattle traffic regulation, authority for justice and consumer protection

According to the Cattle Traffic Ordinance, every keeper of cattle, pigs, sheep, goats, solipeds, chickens, ducks, geese, pheasants, guinea fowl, partridges, pigeons, turkeys, quails, ratites, wild game, camelids and other cloven-hoofed...

According to the Cattle Traffic Ordinance, every keeper of cattle, pigs, sheep, goats, solipeds, chickens, ducks, geese, pheasants, guinea fowl, partridges, pigeons, turkeys, quails, ratites, wild game, camelids and other cloven-hoofed animals is obliged regardless of the size of the herd to report his animal husbandry to the competent authority at the latest when the activity begins.

There is no exception for hobby attitudes .

The following information must be provided: name, address, species, number of animals kept on an annual average, type of use (e.g. breeding, fattening, hobby) and the location. Changes or abandonment of animal husbandry must also be reported immediately in writing .

If you have not yet reported your animal husbandry, please do so immediately. Please use the registration form for this purpose. The online service in the service portal of the City of Hamburg: should be used for this purpose: https://serviceportal.hamburg.de/HamburgGateway/Service/Entry/RTierH
After a simple registration, the registration can be made immediately digitally.
If the online service cannot be used, it is also possible to register using a registration form. This can be found here www.hamburg.de/tiere

Owners of cattle, pigs, sheep, goats and horses also comply with their legal obligation to report to the Hamburg Animal Disease Fund when they report their animal husbandry. The official veterinarian of your responsible consumer protection office in the district can provide you with further information. (See authorities finder). We point out that violations of the cattle traffic regulation can be punished with a fine

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Justice and Consumer Protection Authority (Veterinary / Food Safety)
Billstraße 80 20539 Hamburg

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S2/S21 Rothenburgsort, Busse 120/122/124/130/160/224/530 Rothenburgsort

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Anyone who keeps bee colonies, solipeds, ratites, game enclosures, camelids or other cloven-hoofed animals must notify the competent authority in writing. In Hamburg, the BJV is responsible for registration.

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