Animals are in the news—overwhelmed dog breeders, humans attacked by exotic animals kept as pets, and aggressive behavior in certain breeds of dogs that have resulted in injuries to humans. This information-rich seminar reviews recent laws passed in Oregon that govern exotic and dangerous animals, including imposing strict liability on owners of dangerous dogs and requiring permits for dangerous animals. An animal law expert takes a look at the administrative, city, and county code regulations, as well as breed-specific restrictions and their impact. You will also be provided a nationwide review of recent state cases involving dangerous dogs and the ownership of and liability for exotic animals.
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