Q&A: I need information on starting a Dog Rescue Farm?

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Question by S.T.M.: I need information on a ?
Do you have to have a permit in North Carolina to start a ?

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    • Just Bells
    • December 27, 2012

    Why dont you ask the authorities in …lets say……hmmmm….NORTH CAROLINA

    not a bunch of people from all over the world…how in the buck would we know?

    • Lorraine
    • December 27, 2012

    What quite do you mean by a Dog Rescue Farm…. a Farm is where you produce something surely. Hopefully you are not planning on actually producing dogs.

    If you mean a basic rescue then be aware that you need A LOT of money. You will need some kind of permit I would of thought to even keep a certain amount of animals (not sure) but you would also need liability insurance and enough money for veterinary treatment of any dogs you get in.

    However, if you are trying to help dogs in need then the more of us that do, the better.

    • Rayven ~ New Year Same Old Shyte
    • December 27, 2012

    Its almost 1130 on the east coast. Your local animal control should be open and more than able to answer this question for you.

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