|Detailed Discussion of Vermont Great Ape Laws||The following article discusses Vermont Great Ape law. Like other states, Vermont does not define great apes as “endangered” under its own endangered species law. Instead, it covers great apes by reference to federal law. Great apes are also covered under the state’s anti-cruelty law. However, the law contains several exempt categories, including scientific research and veterinary medical or surgical procedures.|
|Goodby v. Vetpharm, Inc.||
|Hament v. Baker|
|In re Estate of Howard Brand, Late of Essex Junction, Vermont||
|Lamare v. North Country Animal League||
|Morgan v. Kroupa||
Finder found Owner’s lost dog.
Finder posted signs in order to locate Owner.
More than a year later, the owner contacted Finder to take back the dog.
However, Finder was permitted to keep the dog, since she had cared for the dog and made good efforts to locate the true owner.
|Scheele v. Dustin||
|Vermont Law 1854-1855: Cruelty to Animals||
|Vermont Laws: Act 34: 1846||
|Vosburgh v. Kimball||