A permit is required to possess in South Dakota any nondomestic mammal, or any of its hybrids, of those of the order Carnivora, all nondomestic members of the Felidae, Canidae, Ursidae, Mustelidae, and Hyaenidae families; of the order Artiodactyla, all nondomestic members; of the order Perissodactyla, all nondomestic members of the order Tapiridae and Rhinocerotidae; of the order Proboscidea, African and Asian elephants; and of the order Primates. Permit costs range anywhere from $10 - 100. The regulations also list procedures for escapes, recordkeeping, and inspection.
Citation: S.D. ADMIN. R. 12:68:18:03 and 12:68:18:03.01; and S.D. CODIFIED LAWS ANN. 40-14-2
Domesticated fur-bearing animals http://sdlegislature.gov/Statutes/Codif ... tute=40-35
40-35-1. Definition--Documentation required for possession. Domesticated fur-bearing animals are fur-bearing animals pen bred for more than two generations or all fur-bearing animals purchased from a breeder outside the state and brought into the state. All other fur-bearing animals are wild fur-bearing animals. Documentation is required for the possession of live fur-bearing animals as defined in subdivision 41-1-1(11).
Source: SDC 1939, § 25.0806; SL 1983, ch 293, § 1.
40-35-2. Private ownership of domesticated animals. Domesticated fur-bearing animals are the subject of private ownership, the title to the same being in the person breeding or purchasing the same.
12:68:18:03. Permit required.
A permit from the board is required to import nondomestic animals. In addition, a permit as described in § 12:68:18:03.03 is required to possess in South Dakota any nondomestic mammal, or any of its hybrids, listed in this section:
(1) Of the order Carnivora, all nondomestic members of the following families:
(d) Mustelidae; and
(2) Of the order Artiodactyla, all nondomestic members;
(3) Of the order Perissodactyla, all nondomestic members of the following families:
(a) Tapiridae; and
(b) Rhinocerotidae; and
(4) Of the order Proboscidea, all members of the following families:
(a) African elephant; and
(b) Asian elephant; and
(5) Of the order Primates.
Source: 10 SDR 61, effective December 18, 1983; 12 SDR 128, 12 SDR 154, effective July 1, 1986; 16 SDR 40, effective September 3, 1989; 18 SDR 55, effective September 23, 1991; 20 SDR 96, effective December 31, 1993; 27 SDR 96, effective April 1, 2001; 34 SDR 100, effective October 22, 2007.
General Authority: SDCL 40-3-14, 40-3-25, 40-3-26, 40-5-8.6.
Law Implemented: SDCL 40-3-24 to 40-3-26, 40-5-8.
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