Subject to the specific duties imposed on a carriers of animals under EU legislation1, the duty of a carrier of animals is no higher than to provide vehicles reasonably suitable and sufficient for such animals as he professes to carry, and to take all other reasonable steps to ensure their safety2, and to provide fit and proper places for loading and unloading3. Where owners choose to take the risk of sending animals in vehicles not intended for that purpose, and in return for taking that risk obtain the advantage of a cheap rate, there is no implied warranty that
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