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AlanMexicali


Dec 3, 2015, 6:11 AM

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Re: [bronco] Question about the law re dogs in reataurants

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even if this is against the law, the restauarant owners allow it. if this helps his business, then the rules will be ignored. i would not go to a place w/dogs. im sure the lakeside businesses pay off inspectors. so many places cater to elderly expats w/animals.



http://es.scribd.com/doc/28880108/Norma-Sanitaria-Para-El-Funcionamiento-de-Restaurantes-y-Afines#scribd


Google Translation:

Keeping any animal in any área of a restaurant is expressly prohibited.


"Article 40 ° .- Pests and Animals

Establishments shall be kept free of rodents and insects. To prevent their income from collectors in boxes and boxes of networks inspection metal lids and drain traps will be placed in connection with the application of network of drains .The application of rodenticides, insecticides and disinfectants must be performed by trained upersonal using only licensed products by the Ministry of Health and public health use, taking care not to contaminate food or surfaces where the presence of any food is handled. Keeping any animal is expressly prohibited in any area of the establishment."


"Artículo 40°.- De las Plagas y Animales

Los establecimientos deben conservarse libres de roedores e insectos. Para impedirsu ingreso desde los colectores, en las cajas y buzones de inspección de las redes dedesagüe se colocarán tapas metálicas y trampas en su conexión con la red dedesagüe.La aplicación de rodenticidas, insecticidas y desinfectantes debe ser realizada porpersonal capacitado, usando solamente productos autorizados por el Ministerio deSalud y de uso en salud pública, teniendo cuidado de no contaminar los alimentos osuperficies donde se manipulan. Queda expresamente prohibida la presencia de cualquier animal en cualquier área del establecimiento."

I searched for the rule and finally found it. It took more than 1 hour.


I checked to see the heading and guess what? This is the federal law in Peru. LOL


(This post was edited by AlanMexicali on Dec 3, 2015, 6:23 AM)


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