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West's Tennessee Code Annotated. Title 44. Animals and Animal Husbandry. Chapter 17. Dogs and Cats. Part 4. Miscellaneous Provisions. 44-17-401. Use of electronic locating collars on dogs

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Citation: T. C. A. 44-17-401

Citation: TN ST 44-17-401


Last Checked by Web Center Staff: 11/2013

Summary:  

This Tennessee statute provides that no agency or entity of state or local government shall enact, adopt, promulgate, or enforce any law, ordinance, rule, regulation, or other policy which restricts or prevents the owner of any dog from using an electronic locating collar to protect such dog from loss.



Statute in Full:

No agency or entity of state or local government shall enact, adopt, promulgate, or enforce any law, ordinance, rule, regulation, or other policy that restricts or prevents the owner of any dog from using an electronic locating collar to protect the dog from loss; except that the fish and wildlife commission may limit the use of electronic locating collars through the promulgation of rules and regulations when required for the proper management of wildlife species.

CREDIT(S)

1996 Pub.Acts, c. 789, § 1, eff. April 22, 1996; 2012 Pub.Acts, c. 993, § 6, eff. June 30, 2012.




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