|Dangerous Dogs in Canadian Law||Jacquelyn A. Shaw||Animal Legal & Historical Center||
This detailed legal discussion focuses on the Canadian legal approaches to dog-related injuries. The traditional common law doctrines of scienter and negligence are discussed, and compared with the legislative approaches of Canada's provinces and territories as well as Canadian federal criminal law. The article also discusses the similarities and differences between Canada's and the United States' incidence of dog-related injuries and some possible reasons for the differences.
Brief Summary of the Canadian Legal System
|Canada's Dangerous Dog Law||Jacquelyn Shaw||
Brief Summary of Canada's Dangerous Dog Laws