Australian Standards for the Export of Livestock 3.3
Land transport of livestock

2.1.1 - The land transport of livestock must meet the Land Transport Standards, as well as any relevant animal health and welfare and road transport requirements under state and territory legislation and relevant requirements under national animal welfare standards and guidelines, and model codes of practice.

2.1.2 - The land transport of livestock must also meet any importing country requirements for the land transport phases in the export supply chain.

2.1.3 - The maximum water deprivation time and minimum rest times in the Land Transport Standards must be adhered to for all land transport of livestock.

2.1.4 - Well-trained dogs may be used to help with the loading and unloading of livestock (other than camelids and deer). Dogs must be muzzled. The number of dogs used should be the minimum necessary to complete the task. Working dogs must not be transported in the same pen as livestock.