Appropriate living conditions

Living conditions are appropriate if the housing of animals is technically and functionally regulated so that the animal: 

  • has enough space; their basic physiological, ethological and other biological needs are not limited, whereby these conditions are adapted to the species, age, level of development and adjustment of an individual animal in accordance with professional experience and scientific findings;
  • it has appropriate illumination, day-night rhythm, temperature, humidity, ventilation, gas concentration, the proportion between liquids and gases that apply to the requirements of the species and their ecotype, age, level of development and the adaptation of the animal, and minimum noise and other disturbing factors;
  • is separately accommodated from incompatible animals. 

Last updated: 18. 03. 2016