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Oklahoma Statutes Annotated. Title 74. State Government. Chapter 46. Tourism and Recreation. State Parks, Lakes and Recreation Areas. 1846.1. Dogs in state parks or on recreational grounds or monuments.

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Citation: OK ST T. 74 1846.1 (Repealed)

Citation: 74 Okl. St. Ann. 1846.1 (Repealed)


Last Checked by Web Center Staff: 01/2014

Summary:   This Oklahoma leash law provides that no person shall enter a state park with a dog, except those on leash, or permit any dog owned by him to enter a state park, recreational ground or state monument without a leash.  A dog in one of these areas that is found running loose or chasing game can be killed by a park employee, who is not liable for the killing.


Statute in Full:

§§ 1846 to 1852.3. Repealed by Laws 2005, c. 363, § 90, eff. Nov. 1, 2005

Former Text:

No person shall enter a state park with a dog, except those on leash, or permit any dog owned by him to enter a state park, recreational ground or state monument under the supervision of the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Commission. It is further provided that any member of the Commission or any employee of said Commission or any employee of the Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commission may kill any dog found running loose in any state park, or which may be chasing or running any game in the state park and said members or employees of said Commission or of the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Commission shall not be held liable for the killing of said dog.

 



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