Animal Law: Cases and Materials
Sonia S. Waisman, Bruce A. Wagman, Pamela D. Frasch
This is the second updated edition of the premier book on animal law, a rapidly developing field that is increasing its presence in the public eye. Animal law is, in its simplest (and broadcast) sense, a combination of statutory and decisional law in which nature - legal, social, or biological - of non-human animals is an important factor.
CHILDREN & ANIMALS - EXPLORING THE ROOTS OF KINDNESS
by Frank Ascione Children & Animals - Exploring the Roots of Kindness and Cruelty presents the current scientific and professional wisdom about the relation between the maltreatment of animals and interpersonal violence directed toward other human beings in an understandable style and language.
DOG DEFENSE DVD: AVOIDING ON-THE-JOB DOG BITES
by The Latham Foundation "Dog Defense" emphasizes techniques for avoiding bites but it also shows how to best protect oneself if an attack is inevitable. It is based on the most current advice from dog bite prevention experts and animal behaviorists.
Mary Randolph; paperback; 2001; 4TH Edition
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.
DOGS BITE: BUT BALLOONS AND SLIPPERS ARE MORE DANGEROUS
by Janis Bradley Dogs enhance the lives of millions more people than even the most inflated estimates of dog-bite victims. It's not even close! Gain a new perspective on this issue and learn strategies to minimize the number of bites that do occur.
FATAL DOG ATTACKS: The Story Behind the Statistics
Explores nearly four decades of deadly assults on humans by dogs. Presents scientific details and the latest information from major sources. Every case has been carefully investigated and analyzed in order to understand and prevent these types of tragic events from occurring in the future.
IT'S THE LAW! PETS, ANIMALS AND THE LAW
by Judge William J. Wynn Combines commonsense, southern pragmatism, and a touch of humor with a survey of the law as it relates to both animals and owners.
Legal Beagle: Diary of a Canine Counselor
by: Linda A. Cawley
Linda Cawley is a lawyer who loves animals. She brings this care and concern to the courtroom as she describes the many legal cases involving animals in which she has participated. Often humorous but always serious, this account describes a major but often forgotten area of litigation. The witty and superb writing style makes reading this book an enjoyable experience. The cases described provide a wealth of knowledge about the practice of canine law. It makes a beagle proud to have its breed name
Neighbor Law: Fences, Trees, Boundaries & Noise by Cora Jordan, Mary Randolph
The world is full of barking dogs and trespassing trees, spite fences and 2 a.m. rock fests, but your neighbor's lack of consideration needn't be your lifelong headache. The Nolo Press guide to Neighbor Law, eruditely and accessibly written by attorney Cora Jordan, explains all the laws relevant to noise, obstructed views, and invading branches and roots, boundary lines, fences, and attractions that might be dangerous to children
The Death of Common Sense: How Law Is Suffocating America
Philip K. Howard; 1996; paperback
An attorney takes a critical approach to law, explaining how a rule-bound government has promoted bureaucratic gridlock, created a litigious society, and become detrimental to intelligent decision making on the part of judges, industry, and government. Distressing, disturbing, devastatingly detailed--this stunning examination of how modern laws are diminishing America exposes the drawbacks of rule-bound government, tells why nothing gets done, reveals the phony pretensions of law, and shows why well-intentioned laws have actually devalued rights. In short, The Death of Common Sense demonstrates how the buck never stops and how well-meaning laws are creating a nation of enemies.
WHEN YOUR PET OUTLIVES YOU: PROTECTING ANIMAL COMPANIONS AFTER YOU DIE
David Congalton & Charlotte Alexander
This is a great book, and a MUST HAVE for anyone who loves the animal friends
they live with. Clear, concise, well-organized,and well written, this book leads
you step-by-step through the process of protecting your pets. Following their
suggestions, I've made sure that my dogs will be loved and cared for, no matter
what happens to me. Can't recommend it highly enough.