|CO - Fur - § 12b. Prohibited methods of taking wildlife (Constitutional Provision)||
|CO - Humane Slaughter - Article 33. Custom Processing of Meat Animals.||
|CO - Hunting - Willful Destruction of Wildlife||
|CO - Impound - Article 4. Disease Control||
This Colorado statute provides that it is unlawful for any owner of any dog, cat, other pet animal, or other mammal which has not been inoculated as required by the order of the county board of health or board of health of a health department to allow it to run at large. The health department or health officer may capture and impound any such dog, cat, other pet animal.
|CO - Impound - Colorado Pet Animal Care and Facilities Act||
|CO - Initiatives - Amendment 14, Regulation of Commercial Hog Facilities||This 1998 Colorado Ballot Measure created additional regulations for large-scale hog producers. The goal was to better curb the waste run-off from such facilities. It passed in the 1998 election with 64.2% of the vote.|
|CO - Initiatives - Amendment 13 (livestock operations)||This 1998 Colorado ballot measure sought to create uniform livestock regulations based on the potential environmental impact that the operation causes (rather than the character of the farm). It specifically sought to target the non-point pollution caused by large-scale operation run-off. The measure further added a definition for "livestock." It failed at the polls with only 38.7% of the vote.|
|CO - Liability for accident or subsequent disease from impoundment- Article 15. Regulation Under Police Power.||
|CO - Lien, veterinary - Part 1. Lien on Personal Property.||
These Colorado laws concern liens on pet animals for persons who are entrusted with caring for the animals. Under 38-20-102, any feeder, veterinarian, or other person entrusted with the pet for feeding, keeping, boarding, or medical shall have a lien for the amount of costs incurred in the care of the animal. Any contracts (or copies thereof) made by the owner of the pet animal with the person caring for the animals may be filed with the county clerk where the owner resides (or where the contract was made for non-residents). The filing of this contract constitutes notice to the contents of the contract and the legal effect of the filing.
|CO - Louisville - § Sec. 6.12.160 Pit bulls prohibited.||This code prohibits ownership of pit bulls within the city and provides certain exceptions.|