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West's Idaho Code Annotated. Title 25. Animals. Chapter 28. Dogs. 25-2807. Dogs as property--Proof of value

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Citation: ID ST 25-2807

Citation: I.C. 25-2807


Last Checked by Web Center Staff: 12/2013

Summary:   This Idaho statute states that dogs are considered property.  It further provides that no entity of state or local government may by ordinance or regulation prevent the owner of any dog from protecting it from loss by the use of an electronic locating collar.


Statute in Full:

Dogs are property; and when the value of any dog is material in any civil or criminal proceeding in this state, the same may be established under the usual rules of evidence relating to values of personal property. No entity of state or local government may by ordinance or regulation prevent the owner of any dog from protecting it from loss by the use of an electronic locating collar.

S.L. 1927, ch. 211, § 1; S.L. 1991, ch. 72, § 1.

 



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