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New Orleans cracks down on dog breeding

June 1, 2010

New Orleans -- The Big Easy is is taking a hard line on irresponsible pet ownership, according to a new ordinance recently enacted by its city council.

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Shifting liability: The new American pastime

June 1, 2010

Walk through a TV drama plot and see how your fate mirrors doctors on the small screen.

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Three states eye animal abuser registries

May 31, 2010

National Report -- Lawmakers in Rhode Island, California and Louisiana are considering registries to keep tabs on people convicted of animal abuse.

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Legislation aims to restore chief veterinary officer position at Homeland Security

April 28, 2010

Washington, D.C. -- Federal legislators introduced a bill that would formally establish a chief veterinary officer position at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

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Supreme Court strikes down ban on animal cruelty video sales

April 23, 2010

Washington -- The sale of videos depicting animal cruelty and torture for entertainment purposes no longer is illegal, according to a ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Governor mulls bill to criminalize devocalization of cats and dogs

April 15, 2010

Boston -- Devocalizing a dog or cat without medical cause will be a felony in Massachusetts if Gov. Deval Patrick signs a newly presented bill into law.

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Vague rules leave vets in the dark

April 1, 2010

Veterinarians struggle to comply with rules no one understands.

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Dog biting incident shoves DVM into media spotlight

April 1, 2010

Lafayette, Colo. — Sometimes controversy comes in small packages.

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Amendment may exempt veterinarians from Red Flags Rule

April 1, 2010

An amendment could exempt certain businesses, including veterinarians, from the Red Flags Rule.

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