For those who live in New York or Connecticut, the arrival of a new Beagle Kennel may be a stressful experience. The stress of a new Beagle Kennel can be compounded by the cost of starting a new Beagle Kennel and the sheer amount of paperwork that needs to be filed. This article will focus on helping you with the paperwork necessary to start a Beagle Kennel.
There are two types of paperwork that are required, the current information and the new information. The current information includes the address and contact information for the new owner. The old and new information also needs to be included, but it should be noted that there are times when you do not need the old information to start the Beagle Kennel. The problem with this is that if you choose to do nothing with your Beagle, it could go back to the breeder and cause problems.
The new information is everything that has been filed with the Department of Health or any documentation regarding what has happened in the past. Make sure that this information is current because if it is not the new owner will have to contact the department in order to get it updated. Also, make sure that all the necessary permits and licensing requirements are in place before the beagle can go home. If there are no such requirements then the entire operation will be illegal and you could be facing prosecution. Also, make sure that the new owner gets the proper licenses from the government, such as a microchip or a rabies tag. If there are no such licenses then you will need to seek them out and apply for them.