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Tuck the Law Dog on Twitter

Hi Dear Friends.  I am now on Twitter as well, and would love to see y’all there @TuckTheLawDog.   I am also on Facebook.

I Tweet and Post and share information on lost dogs or cats; Anipals in need of rescuing and adoption;  Dog and cat rescue organizations; pet food recalls;  FDA updates on animal feed and medication; news on legal issues and new law and changes to law pertaining to animal abuse.

I pray everyone is well, and thank you for being my friend.

https://twitter.com/TuckTheLawDog

https://Facebook.com/TuckTheLawDog

 

 

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Merry Christmas 2013!

Merry Christmas 2013!

May you have a blessed day.

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December 25, 2013 · 7:24 pm

Animal Cruelty bill in legislature – Tucson News Now

Animal cruelty bill in legislature – Tucson News Now.

Another state considering tougher animal cruelty laws! Contact your representatives, people of Arizona, and voice your support!

 

Tuck

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Tuck and Santa at Cherokee County Animal Shelter

Please adopt a dog or cat from the Cherokee County Animal Shelter, Canton, Georgia. No puppy mills! Check out their FaceBook page. Me and Santa love all the dedicated little helpers that make this place so great!
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http://www.facebook.com/CherokeeCountyAnimalShelter

Tuck

Merry Christmas!

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Effingham Co. judge appoints lawyer to represent dog | Athens Banner Herald Mobile

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Dog Bites and the Law

“Dog Bites” and the Law
Mom says she doesn’t worry about me biting anyone that comes to the office–’cause all I want to do is give everyone non-stop kisses! I just love to greet Mom & Dad’s clients. But even so, Mom has a gate on her office door and keeps me in there when a client comes that hasn’t met me before. Dad also doesn’t allow me in his office when he is meeting with a client, ’cause I just want to sit in their lap and be scratched! Sometimes the client asks if I can come in and sit with them–they are so nice to me. But on the serious side, pet parents should excercise great caution when introducing a dog to someone new. Don’t let a dog run up to a stranger. Don’t let us dogs run loose with no supervision. Don’t let children approach a dog without asking permission of the handler. If there is any concern at all in how a dog and a person will react to each other, keep the parties apart, and allow each to take his time in getting to know the other. Dogs can react to a frightening situation by biting, and dog bites can have serious legal and financial ramifications.
“Dog Bite” laws vary by state and not only include bites but attacks and maulings as well. Some state laws take into consideration the dog’s propensity to be dangerous; whether the petparent knew the dog was dangerous; whether the petparent was negligent; whether there was provocation to make the dog bite, for example, taunting the dog or poking the dog with an object; whether the person bit was on private or public property; some states laws take into consideration whether the peron bit was aware of a “Dangerous Dog” sign; whether the state has a “leash law;” trespass issues by the person bitten; etc. In my opinion, the best remedy is to proceed with caution when your dog is meeting someone new or when bringing your dog into an environment likely to agitate the dog. Don’t leave a dog tied up so that it feels its only defense when approached by a stranger is to bite or attack. If you are gong to keep my dog buddies tied up all the time–you really should consider finding the dog another family that will make it an important and respected part of the family and not treat it like a piece of property and not a family member–which will be my topic another day. Parents, keep a firm grip on your dog, your children, and the situation.

Take care, ya’ll,

Tuck the Law Dog

***”Tuck offers this above article for informational purposes only. Anyone bitten by a dog or who has a dog that has bitten someone, could benefit from the advice of legal counsel pertaining to the laws and codes of the jurisdiction where the incident occurred, if necessary.”

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Tornados

Tornados hit the south last evening.  The area where I live was spared.  My thoughts and prayers go out to all the people, dogs and cats that lost their homes and have been separated from families.  Please help any dogs you see wandering and appear lost.

Take care, ya’ll,

Tuck the Law Dog

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Birth Certificates–even Dogs have them….

Even dogs have birth certificates, or “papers.”  So what’s the big deal?  I jut finished watching Donald Trump’s interview in New Hampshire, and the response from President Obama.   Obama said he wanted to put this controversy about his birth certificate to rest–if that is so, why not produce the birth certificate two years ago and put an end to the speculation?  Why didn’t Obama release his birth certificate way back then?–because he wanted to keep the controversy going, wanted to keep any type of discussion about him in the media-period.  Is the birth certificate real–I don’t know.  Thank you, Donald, and thank God we still have some freedom of  speech in America.

Take care ya’ll,

Tuck

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