Obtain and/or renew your licence to have a potentially dangerous animal.

Get your medical certificate in 45 minutes.

You only need your DNI/NIE and glasses, if you need them.

We will take the photos free of charge.

Potentially dangerous animals

According to the regulation, the breeds considered potentially dangerous are:

  • Pit Bull Terrier
  • Staffordshire Terrier
  • American Staffordshire Terrier
  • Rottweiler
  • Dogo Argentino
  • Fila Brasileiro
  • Tosa Inu
  • Akita Inu

Nevertheless, there are some types of dogs not included in this list that, because of their constitution or nature, can be considered potentially dangerous as well.

If this is the case, then the competent authority will look at it with a veterinarian report.

You will need to bring:

  • Glasses, if you need them

The photos will be taken in the medical centre free of charge. Plus, we will give you 5 photos for free.


We will test your ears and eyes conditions, your reflex, and you will be asked several medical and psychological questions.
It will be valid for 5 years, and it can be extended for identical periods. Along the validity period, the person can lose it if he stops meeting the requirements.
  • Powerful and strong look. Athletic shape, agile, vigorous and tough.
  • Character and courage.
  • Short hair.
  • Thorax between 60 and 80 cm, height between 50 and 70 cm and weight over 20 kg.
  • Big head, strong, tough, big and wide skull and cheeks. Great and physically powerful jaw, tough, wide and deep mouth.
  • Wide, short and muscular neck.
  • Hard, wide, deep chest, bended ribs and short and muscular back.
  • Parallel, straight and hard front extremities, and muscular and long back extremities.

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  • Be over 18 years old.
  • Haven’t been convicted for serious offences or not allowed to have potentially dangerous animals.
  • Haven’t been convicted for serious infringements for any penalty included in section 3, article 13 of the Law 50/1999, from the 23rd of December. However, if the sentence has been served, the candidate could opt to it.
  • Complete our medical test.
  • Have a third party civil responsibility insurance with at least one hundred and twenty thousand Euros (120.000 €).

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  • Always carry your licence and the animal’s registration.
  • Dogs will have to carry an appropriate muzzle.
  • In public areas, dogs will be driven with a strap shorter than 2 metres, and just one of these dogs per person.
  • Animals in a private or delimited area, will have to be tied up if you don’t have an appropriate spot for the dog.
  • Breeders and carers must have adequate facilities.
  • If you lose the animal, this must be communicated in less than 48 hours.

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