Licencing and adoption?

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  1. Sarah&Domino

    Sarah&Domino New Member

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    I am adopting a python through the RSPCA, and am new to reptiles. I have seen that movement advice needs to be sent to the government? Will I have to do that or should the RSPCA do that for me? Im in QLD, and have got an RWL
     
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    Scutellatus Well-Known Member

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    You will have to forward your copy to the department. This should be supplied by the RSPCA for you to send off.
     
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    cement Subscriber Subscriber APS Veteran

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    wait, what? RSPCA is dealing in natives?? Well I'll be.
     
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    RSPCA have been dealing with natives for years now, I use to work in dog holding and
    reptile room for them.
     
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    To the best of my knowledge, the RSPCA and AWL are not allowed to deal with natives. They have to be handed in to the state government authority.
     
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    Flaviemys purvisi Very Well-Known Member

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    RSPCA in QLD has dealt with natives for yonks.
     

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