Privacy policy statement

In order to comply with data protection legal regulations, Hubbard is required to provide its customers and website visitors with its Privacy Policy.
Hubbard values its business relationships, and wants all present and prospective customers or website visitors to understand how it uses information gathered and its corresponding commitment to privacy. To that end, below is Hubbard’s comprehensive Privacy Policy.
If you have questions regarding the Hubbard privacy policy, please e-mail us at

This Privacy Policy (“Policy”) applies to companies and activities of Hubbard company (“Hubbard”) in the European Union (“EU”) and European Economic Area, and explains how Hubbard collects and processes your personal data. By accepting this Policy, you agree to our privacy practices described in the Policy. Contact details for Hubbard breeders that may be responsible for processing your data are available at

Information we collect, and how we collect it:
Hubbard collects personal data of employees and contractors of its customers and suppliers, and of other individuals with whom we do business. The data collected are primarily contact details (e.g. name, address, telephone and email address) and may also include other information related to our business relationships. We collect this information through our sales, marketing and purchasing activities, through Hubbard websites, and in person at events and facility visits.

How we use information:
We process personal data in the usual course of our business relationships (i.e. for sales, marketing and purchasing), for internal finance and administration, and for legal compliance.
We also use your contact details to tell you about important changes with our products and services, and to provide you with information about other services and products of Hubbard and its associated companies. If you do not wish to be contacted for this purpose, please email at
We do not sell Personal Data.

We use cookies (small files stored in your web browser) to understand how Hubbard’s websites are used, and to make improvements to our sites. For more information about cookies, including how to disable them, please visit Disabling cookies may affect your use of Hubbard websites.

The Hubbard website may contain links to other websites. Please note that when you click on one of these links, you are entering another site. We have no responsibility for the content of other sites, and encourage you to read the privacy policies of these linked sites, which may differ from ours.

We use technological and organizational measures to protect personal data (and other information) from unauthorized disclosure, alteration or destruction. Some of your personal data may be held on secure servers located in our datacentre.

Transfer to outside the EU:
The personal data we collected may be stored and processed by Hubbard on our computers, or on associated companies' datacentres outside the EU, where privacy laws may differ from those in the country where you reside. Data transfers are subject to agreements with Hubbard and its associated companies based on standard contractual clauses approved by the European Commission.

Access to, correction and deletion of data:

You have rights to request access to or correction of data (including updating of contact details), including to move your data to another company. You may also request deletion of your personal data, although it may be necessary for us to retain some of your personal data indefinitely, for business and legal reasons even after you no longer do business with us. Please contact us for any of these reasons at

Changes to this Policy:
From time to time, we may revise this Policy to reflect changes in our business or the law. If we make any material change to this Policy and we hold your address, we will notify you.

Your rights and contact information:
If you have any questions or complaints relating to this Policy, please contact us at or via the Hubbard website. You also have the right under EU law to complain to the data protection authorities in your country about the processing of your personal data.