Topics: Animal Law - 10 results


Posted 3 years ago in Animal Law by Larry Bodine  
What is your Pet Worth?

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Posted 3 years ago in Animal Law by Arthur Buono  
Rights for Wrongs to Your Beloved Pets

Casino was a healthy and happy pit bull the day he left Diane Kurfis’ yard on an unescorted frolic. Just hours after being picked up by a police officer and taken to a New York City shelter, Casino was euthanized – killed by lethal injection. It’s a story about what can go wrong, and did, to a devoted and loved companion animal.   Escaped family dog meets sudden end in city kill shelter Wrongful death or injury to your pet …

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Posted 3 years ago in Animal Law by Arthur Buono  
Dog Thefts Rising: Keeping Them Safe, Finding Them if Stolen

Yes it’s the tail end of the dog days of summer, and sadly thefts of dogs are rising like the temperature. The American Kennel Club reports a 49 percent increase in dog thefts in 2011 over 2010. Let’s see how you can prevent the theft of your dog, and possibly get your dog if it’s stolen.   Dog thefts rising, thieves look to profit from sale or reward Unattended dogs most likely to be stolen; protect your dog just as …

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Posted 4 years ago in Animal Law by Arthur Buono  
Lax Laws on Exotic Pets Endanger Humans, Animals

No, you may not have a python for your birthday. Ohio is just one state overrun by exotic animals. Seems people are dying to have them, and that’s no laughing matter. It has set animal collectors and animal welfare advocates at each other’s throats, and left state lawmakers with egg on their faces.   Ohio collector’s pet black bear kills handler during feeding Pet python suffocates Florida toddler Exotic and invasive nonnative species pose major problems for health and environment …

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Posted 6 years ago in Animal Law by Lawyers.com   
What to Know Before You Buy a Pet

My husband and I recently found a kitten on our doorstep.  We first inquired around the neighborhood and then took him to the Humane Society.  When we dropped him off, we asked that they let us adopt him if no one came forward to claim him.  We are now the proud parents of Schrodinger cat! I grew up surrounded by pets: dogs, cats, hamsters.  Schrodinger is my husband’s very first pet.  That said, there are some things about the adjustment …

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