Dog Law

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Own a dog? Live down the street from one? If so, you need Dog Law.
America's estimated 50 million dogs are governed by many things: the stomach, the nose... and the law. These are laws that you as a dog owner, or as the neighbor of a dog, need to know.
Attorney and longtime dog-owner, author Mary Randolph answers common legal questions on such topics as:
* biting
* barking
* veterinarians
* leash laws
* travel
* landlords
* wills
* guide dogs
* pit bulls
* cruelty
* and much more
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Most pet owners probably aren't aware of the tangle of laws that have grown up over the years concerning dogs. Find out your rights as a dog owner (as well as the rights of your neighbors and others) and avoid pitfalls. Examples include why you can't leave money to a dog and what happens if your dog bites someone.
Los Angeles Times
A creative, informative, legal analysis of dog do’s and don’ts...well researched and helpful.
Los Angeles Times
A creative, informative, legal analysis of dog do’s and don’ts...well researched and helpful.
Pet Advisor
Written in clear, concise language, Dog Law gathers a wealth of information in a coherent, easy-to-follow format, answers many common questions, and offers numerous practical tips and suggestions.
Pet Advisor
Written in clear, concise language, Dog Law gathers a wealth of information in a coherent, easy-to-follow format, answers many common questions, and offers numerous practical tips and suggestions.
San Francisco Examiner
Addresses practically every legal predicament a pup (or pup owner) can get entangled in.
San Francisco Examiner
Addresses practically every legal predicament a pup (or pup owner can get entangled in.
Library Journal
With the increasing urbanization of America, people and pets have become an intricate legal issue. No thunderclap of insight is needed to conclude that 50 million or so dogs cohabitating with humans invites judicial scrutiny. Here is a handy, well-packaged guide to all things lawful and canine. Especially thorough are the chapters covering personal injury, injury or death of a dog, landlords, wills, and disputes with neighbors. There is even information on traveling; few people, for example, think to complain to the Department of Agriculture when an airline mishandles a pet. There also is information on dogs of assistance. The material is broad enough to sidestep the hazards of being quickly dated. Provided also are numerous examples of various legalities. A stock title.-- K.E. Megginson, VA Medical Ctr., Fayetteville, Ark.
Los Angeles Times
"A creative, informative, legal analysis of dog do's and don'ts...well researched and helpful."
Wall Street Journal
"...stresses ways to resolve conflicts without lawyers and the courts."
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780873376167
  • Publisher: NOLO
  • Publication date: 12/1/1901
  • Edition description: 4TH
  • Edition number: 4
  • Pages: 336
  • Product dimensions: 6.97 (w) x 8.97 (h) x 0.75 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
       Chapter  1 Dogs and People
       Chapter  2 State and Local Regulation
       Chapter  3 Buying and Selling Dogs
       Chapter  4 Landlords and Dogs
       Chapter  5 Veterinarians
       Chapter  6 Traveling With Dogs
       Chapter  7 Barking Dogs
       Chapter  8 Assistance Dogs
       Chapter  9 If a Dog Is Injured or Killed
       Chapter 10 Providing for Pets
       Chapter 11 Dog Bites
       Chapter 12 Dangerous Dogs and Pit Bulls
       Chapter 13 Cruelty
Appendix
Legal Research
Appendix
State Statutes
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