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Hawaii Revised Statutes Division 1. Government § 142-4.5

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Any animal entering the State pursuant to this chapter shall be accompanied by a valid health certificate. The health certificate shall include information as to the animal's identification, approximate age, species, and sex if the animal's sex can be practicably and reasonably determined. The animal shall be free of certain internal and external parasites as prescribed by departmental rules. A statement confirming this parasite-free status shall be noted on the health certificate. The animal shall also appear to be free of any infectious or contagious diseases and to the best of the issuing veterinarian's knowledge, shall not have been exposed to any of those diseases. A statement to this effect shall also be noted on the health certificate. In addition to the requirements of this section, any person responsible for any live animal entering the State, shall comply with appropriate departmental rules.

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