Category: Regulation of Pets
|August 20, 2011||Posted by russmead under Regulation of Pets||
A federal jury has awarded the Russell family, Thomas and Darcel and their sons, Thomas III and Darren $330,000 in damages.
On February 27, 2009, eighteen year-old Thomas Russell III and his brother, sixteen year-old Darren Russell, were at home in their second-floor apartment with their nine-year old dog, Lady. Lady had been part of the family all of her life.
That night Chicago police officers executing a search warrant for illegal drugs knocked on the door and here is what happened:
|April 18, 2011||Posted by russmead under Regulation of Pets||
|October 8, 2010||Posted by russmead under Regulation of Pets||
Memphis, Tennessee has passed a law that mandates spay/neuter. For the most part.Â
|September 9, 2010||Posted by russmead under Regulation of Pets|
Update Sept. 8, 2010: Â The City Council of Lebanon, Tennessee upheld Mayor Philip Craighead’s veto of an ordinance allowing euthanasia of dogs thought to bark too much or which are otherwise a nuisance or deemed "dangerous".Â