|VT - Hunting - § 4502 Uniform point system; revocation of license.||
has a point system for hunting licenses similar to that used for driver's licenses.
Certain enumerated violations, including taking bear or deer with dogs, earn points which can result in the suspension or revocation of a hunting license.
A game warden may shoot a dog who is pursuing a deer or moose close enough to endanger its life, or a fine may be issued.
|VT - Hunting - § 4708. Interference with hunting, fishing or trapping||
|VT - Hunting - § 4715. Remote-control hunting||
|VT - Hunting, contest - § 4716. Coyote-hunting competitions; prohibition||This Vermont law, effective January 1, 2019, prohibits coyote-hunting competitions in the state. A “coyote-hunting competition” means a contest in which people compete in the capturing or taking of coyotes for a prize. Violation incurs a fine of $400 - $1,000 for a first offense. A second or subsequent conviction results in a fine of not more than $4,000.00 nor less than $2,000.00.|
|VT - Impound - Sub Chapter 2. Pounds and Impounds.||
|VT - Kennels - Rule 300. Animal Welfare Regulations||
|VT - Lien - § 2075. Lien for keeping or pasturing animals||A person to whom charges are due for pasturing, boarding, or keeping domestic animals placed with the consent of the owner thereof in his or her care, if the charges become due while such animals remain in his or her possession, may retain the same until such charges are paid. After 30 days when the charges are due, he or she may sell the animals in the manner provided for the sale of property under a lien for repairs, if such charges remain unpaid.|
|VT - Lost dog - Article 2. Killing Unlicensed Dogs; Subchapter 5. Control of Rabies||
|VT - Lost Property - Chapter 11. Lost Property||
|VT - Ordinances - § 2291. Enumeration of powers (dog ordinances)||