(a) The animal cargo space of primary conveyances used in transporting live animals shall
be designed and constructed to protect the health, and ensure the safety and comfort
of the live animals contained therein at all times.
(b) The animal cargo space shall be constructed and maintained in a manner to prevent
the ingress of engine exhaust fumes and gases from the primary conveyance during transportation
(c) No live animal shall be placed in an animal cargo space that does not have a supply
of air sufficient for normal breathing for each live animal contained therein, and
the primary enclosures shall be positioned in the animal cargo space in such a manner
that each live animal has access to sufficient air for normal breathing.
(d) Primary enclosures shall be positioned in the primary conveyance in such a manner
that in an emergency the live animals can be removed from the primary conveyance as
soon as possible.
(e) The interior of the animal cargo space shall be kept clean.
(f) Live animals shall not be transported with any material, substance (e.g., dry ice)
or device which may reasonably be expected to be injurious to the health and well-being
of the animals unless proper precaution is taken to prevent such injury.
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