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Hi Everyone
So, don't now if this is the right place to ask these questions. I am planning to move over shortly and would like to know:
a) is there a limit on the number of dogs I can keep in my house;
b) would I need a licence to open a dog boarding kennels.
Thanks in advance, any help or advice appreciated.

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Hi Everyone
So, don't now if this is the right place to ask these questions. I am planning to move over shortly and would like to know:
a) is there a limit on the number of dogs I can keep in my house;
b) would I need a licence to open a dog boarding kennels.
Thanks in advance, any help or advice appreciated.
There is a new law which comes into force soon. This says one dog only in an apartment. Two dogs in a house in built up areas.
In rural areas it is much more relaxed but to run any sort of boarding kennels you would need a licence and that is not easy unless you are in an area well away from other residential properties.

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Hi Veronica
Many thanks. Are you able to direct us to a source of this information.
Many thanks.softkitty

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I found this article with a quick look but I recently read one that was more comprehensive, just can't find it at the moment

Cabinet approves dog ownership bill – in-cyprus.com

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Thanks very much Veronica - please send on the other article if you find it.
Do you know if the Bill was passed or not yet? Also is there anything you know of that covers the running of kennels - the article and presumably the bill addresses domestic ownership of dogs.
Many thanks for your kind assistance.

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