HEALTH AND SAFETY OF ANIMALS REGULATION OF ANIMALS of animals; or destruction of animals. ATTACK BY ANIMAL; ESCAPE OF ANIMAL; LIABILITY.
GAME AND NONGAME ANIMALS GAME ANIMALS GAME ANIMALS. NONGAME ANIMALS If the animal is free from disease, the officer may release the animal or, if the animal is otherwise
CHAPTER 821 - TREATMENT AND DISPOSITION OF ANIMALS CHAPTER 822 - REGULATION OF ANIMALS CHAPTER 823 - ANIMAL SHELTERS CHAPTER 825 - PREDATORY ANIMALS AND ANIMAL PESTS CHAPTER 829 - ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER TRAINING
HEALTH AND SAFETY OF ANIMALS TREATMENT OF ANIMALS (2) order the animal given to a municipal or county animal shelter or a nonprofit animal welfare organization destroyed or may give the animal to a municipal or county animal shelter or a nonprofit animal welfare or unwanted animals.
HEALTH AND SAFETY OF ANIMALS PREDATORY ANIMALS AND ANIMAL PESTS BOUNTIES FOR PREDATORY ANIMALS BOUNTIES FOR PREDATORY ANIMALS. (b) The commissioners court may determine which animals are predatory animals in that county.
(1) "Animal control agency" means a municipal or county animal control office, or a state, county, or (2) "Livestock animal" means an equine animal or an animal raised primarily for use as food for human (3) "Nonlivestock animal" means a service animal or an animal maintained as a pet in the home or on (3) a vehicular collision with an animal or other transportation accident in which an animal is injured animal control agency with authority over the area where the person took custody of the animal if that
Each animal care committee of a research entity shall— Each animal care committee of a research entity shall— (A) review the care and treatment of animals in all animal study areas and facilities of the research (B) scientists, animal technicians, and other personnel involved with animal care, treatment, and use or limit animal distress; and
Animals may be confined for— in a vehicle or vessel for more than 28 consecutive hours without unloading the animals for feeding, Animals may be confined for— The owner or person having custody of the animals shall feed and water the animals. This section does not apply when animals are transported in a vehicle or vessel in which the animals
The Capitol Police may accept the donation of animals to be used in the canine units of the Capitol
(A) by former handlers of the animal; (B) by other persons capable of humanely caring for the animal; and transferred under this section, including any training provided to the animal while a military animal transferred under this section, including any training provided to the animal while a military animal In this section, the term “military animal” means the following:
Whoever willfully and maliciously harms any police animal, or attempts or conspires to do so, shall If the offense permanently disables or disfigures the animal, or causes serious bodily injury to or the death of the animal, the maximum term of imprisonment shall be 10 years. In this section, the term “police animal” means a dog or horse employed by a Federal agency (whether
All animals delivered for transportation, transported, purchased, or sold, in commerce, by a dealer
The Secretary may provide for the destruction of such animals and plant life as may be detrimental to
The Secretary of Agriculture may conduct a program of wildlife services with respect to injurious animal