This Archive includes all of the Business-related articles featured on Working Dogs Cyberzine since 1996.
Why I Am Against Regulation of the So Called "Dangerous Breeds" "People, understand this: more regulations will not solve the problem. Education and responsible ownership will solve the problem."
This article really drives home the fact that responsible ownership is a much more viable option than more government regulations
Dog Law by attorney Mary Randolph offers a wealth of information about leash laws, biting, landlords, travel, veterinarians, wills, and more. This comprehensive resource offers practical tips for all areas of dog ownership, including helpful suggestions for resolving conflicts with lawyers and the courts.
Attorney Michelle L. Burton discusses the insurance game and how some dog owners may be targeted by their homeowners policy carrier for owning purportedly "viscious" dogs. If your dog does bite someone, she provides helpful information about what to do, and more importantly what not to do, in Dog Ownership Takes a Bite Out of Your Insurance.
Liability comes in all shapes and sizes these days. Make sure your own dog doesn't fit the bill. Attorney Steve Skacevic discusses the Catch-22 of posting "Beware of Dog" signs on your property when he answers the question, Could Posting a Sign Get You Into Trouble?.
Washington state residents will be particularly interested in reading the Washington State Bar Association review of dog bite law, The Biting Edge of Canine Law by Daniel Warner. This article examines the statutory and common-law rules applicable in Washington state.