Full Statute Name:  Iowa Code Annotated. Title IX. Local Government [Chs. 331-420]. Subtitle 1. Counties [Chs. 331-356A]. Chapter 351. Dogs and Other Animals. 351.27. Right to kill tagged dog

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Primary Citation:  I. C. A. § 351.27 Country of Origin:  United States Last Checked:  December, 2014 Alternate Citation:  IA ST § 351.27 Date Adopted:  1862
Summary:

This Iowas statute makes it lawful for any person to kill a dog, wearing a collar with a rabies vaccination tag attached, when the dog is caught in the act of worrying, chasing, maiming, or killing any domestic animal or fowl, or when such dog is attacking or attempting to bite a person.

Statute Text: 

It shall be lawful for any person to kill a dog, wearing a collar with a rabies vaccination tag attached, when the dog is caught in the act of chasing, maiming, or killing any domestic animal or fowl, or when such dog is attacking or attempting to bite a person.

CREDIT(S)

Amended by Acts 1994 (75 G.A.) ch. 1173, § 34; Acts 2007 (82 G.A.) ch. 111, S.F. 406, § 1.

2007 Legislation

Acts 2007 (82 G.A.) ch. 111, S.F. 406, § 1, deleted “worrying,” following “caught in the act of”.

 

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