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Super Lawyers Animal Law Articles

What Does the Ohio Equine Immunity Statute Mean?

The legal implications for horse owners, businesses and riders

Planning for Pets

How to include furry, feathered or scaly friends in estate plans

Can You Sue a Veterinarian for Malpractice?

In some cases, animal owners may be able to claim damages

How to Comply with California's Prop 12

The state’s 2018 law provides human housing for three kinds of animals

How to Limit Injury Liability If You Work With Horses

New Jersey equine laws can protect you from financial risks

Rights and Bites: The Growing Field of Animal Law

Pets are beginning to have similar rights to their human counterparts

Faking a Service Animal Status is Illegal

States like Minnesota now have penalties for it

My Dog Bit Someone. Am I at Fault?

California’s liability rules and what you can do about it

$10,000 May Be All You Can Get If Your Pet is Killed

With few exceptions, Maryland’s statutory cap often makes pet owners even sadder

California's Law on Pets Left in Hot Cars

The consequences of a pet owner, and the protections for the pet rescuer

How to Save a Pet from an Abusive Household

Minnesota courts and shelters offer protection

Shared Custody Arrangements for Pets

Illinois law allows judges to make such an order

Planning Your Pet's Future

How to create a trust or estate plan for your pet in Minnesota

Dog Wills, Cat Injuries and Malpractice, Oh My!

Where do our pets stand in the U.S. legal system?

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