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Animal Law

Michigan State University’s Animal & Legal Historical Center is an excellent resource for animal law resources. The site is very comprehensive, offering the researcher:

State laws
Key cases
Pleadings and Briefs
Various publications
Historical materials
World laws

The site also has a cool “map page.” The researcher chooses the topic of interest, and then utilizes a map to select the appropriate state. Topics include equine activity liability laws, pet trusts, guide dog laws, dog bite laws, and veterinary practice laws.

The November 2007 edition of the Wisconsin Lawyer has a very good article/webliography on animal law written by Mary Koshollek. This article can provide additional online resources.

2 comments

  1. well my roc wieler got out of fenced in yard and bit someone….just a scratch….and they want to quarentine her even though she has her papers. i thought the whole reason we got tags and papers was to prevent these things. why r they makein me pay $300 to quarintine my dog for 10 days when she has all her tags and shots? can they do this?…..i live in texas, if that makes any difference.
    THANK YOU FOR UR TIME AND HELP………..BINK

  2. well my roc wieler got out of fenced in yard and bit someone….just a scratch….and they want to quarentine her even though she has her papers. i thought the whole reason we got tags and papers was to prevent these things. why r they makein me pay $300 to quarintine my dog for 10 days when she has all her tags and shots? can they do this?…..i live in texas, if that makes any difference.
    THANK YOU FOR UR TIME AND HELP………..BINK

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