Do Pet Owners Have Legal Rights? - Various - People And Pets (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Oct 24,  · Dana Scott is the Founder and Editor in Chief of Dogs Naturally Magazine and CEO of Four Leaf Rover, a high end natural supplement also breeds award winning Labrador Retrievers under the Fallriver prefix. Dana has been a raw feeding, natural rearing breeder since the 90's and is a sought after speaker and outspoken advocate for natural health care for dogs and people.
  2. Every pet owner knows that a pet is a treasured member of the family, but pets are considered property under the law (as of this writing). No one may maliciously harm or steal your pet without facing legal action. Your rights as a pet owner also apply if your dog is lost and picked up by local authorities.
  3. Apr 07,  · Pets, like this Great Dane named Babe, have become the subject of legislation and court battles, and in some cases even have their own legal representation. Photograph by .
  4. Socialize your pet. Meeting new people and other pets improves the confidence of your pet. Plus, having extra playmates will help relieve some of your pet’s built-up energy. Love your pet. You are your pet’s favorite thing in the whole world. He craves your love, attention and care. So show him the love and devotion he shows you!
  5. Under most state and federal laws, animals primarily are regarded as property and have little or no legal rights of their own. Because of this status, generally there is a presumption—provided no law is violated—in favor of the owner’s control and use over the best interests of the animal.
  6. Your Legal Rights “Legally, pet owners are responsible for damages caused by their pet, so the aggressor dog's owner is responsible for vet bills and any medical care if a person is hurt,” says David T. Pisarra, a family law attorney based in California.
  7. Housing regulations should change so that everyone who wants to live with a pet can do so (no more “no pets the rights of non-pet owners." people benefit tremendously from living with.
  8. Jan 12,  · If you do suspect something shady is afoot concerning what is included (and what isn't included) in your HOA rules, start requesting documents and attending public meetings. 5. .

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