Although not listed on CITES the wild dog is listed in the Threatened or Protected Species Regulations, 2007 (National Environmental Management: Biodiversity Act, 2004 (Act 10 of 2004). Any movement of wild dogs, whether within South Africa or across international borders, requires a provincially issued permit. Each of South Africa’s nine provinces must abide by its own Ordinance and the specific requirements of a permit will determine the specific permits to be issued. In some cases this may include breeding agreements and State Veterinary Permits. The biodiversity management plan is specifically required to record and manage wild and captive populations of endangered species.
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