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Veterinary dispensary at a bull breeding facility

The raising of breeding animals must be free of specific infectious diseases.

An owner who raises registered breeding animals must ensure systematic monitoring of health and the ability to reproduce, as well as the acquisition, production, storage and transport of animal semen, ova and embryos by considering the regulations on health compliance of animal semen, ova and embryos as well as the minimum conditions for reproduction ability.

Applies for SKD:

  • Veterinary activities M75.000


  • Verification happens when the commission of the Slovenian Veterinary Chamber establishes whether a veterinary hospital or organisation fulfils all HR, spatial, technical conditions and conditions regarding equipment for a specific form of organisation.

    The veterinary hospital/organisation must file a request for verification at the Slovenian Veterinary Chamber.

    Fifteen days before the verification procedure, the Chamber notifies the applicant on the time and structure of the three-member commission.

    The verification procedure encompasses:

    • A review of HR documentation (employment contract, M1/M forms – registration of health, pension and disability insurance);
    • A review of operating permit;
    • A review of maintenance documentation, calibration of equipment and electrical voltage measurements and spatial illumination;
    • A review of documents on the removal of harmful medical waste and cadavers;
    • A review of rooms;
    • The preparation of minutes;

    On the basis of the minutes and the commission's opinion, the executive director issues a decision on the completion or non-completion of determined conditions within 30 days.


Cross-border/temporary provisions of activity

Performance of the activity in Slovenia is possible on cross-border/temporary basis. Prior to commencing the service, you must submit a written application to the competent authority.
Last modified:
21. 4. 2022