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People who know me, know that I love cats. My family has three: Hazel, Toby and Remmington. Hazel was adopted from a farm in Maine, Toby is from Cabot Vermont farm and Remmington is from Tunbridge.
This afternoon, walking across the quad, I saw the cutest puppy: a goldendoodle! I never thought I would want to get a dog, but this goldendoodle was so fluffy and goofy looking, it changed my mind. Naturally, since I work in a law library I wanted to explore the legal ramifications of dog ownership. In JULIEN, I did a keyword search for “dog law” and found some helpful books.
“Dog Law: A plain-English legal guide for dog owners and their neighbors” is a comprehensive book about dog ownership. The book has information on barking dogs, traveling with dogs and dog bites. There is even a section on “landlords and dogs” with some helpful hints for convincing a skeptical landlord.
Another interesting book, “Unleashed Fury: The Political Struggle for Dog-Friendly Parks” explores the controversy of leash-free dogs in public spaces. This could be a helpful resource given the lack of dog parks in the area.
I don’t think now is the best time to get a goldendoodle, but perhaps someday down the road.The legal responsibility of dog ownership just seems like too much for me now.
Today, Edith Brown Weiss of the Georgetown University Law Center will lecture on the challenges of international water law in light of projected climate change and food security concerns.
Attend the lecture today at 12:00pm in Oakes 007.
If you wish to learn more about the subject, consider browsing JULIEN, the library catalog. A subject search for “Water rights (International law)” returns 19 results. Or, you can check out some of Brown’s own books, we have nine in the collection.