Full Statute Name:  West's Nevada Revised Statutes Annotated - Title 45. Wildlife (Chapters 501-506) - Chapter 503. Hunting, Fishing and Trapping; Miscellaneous Protective Measures - Miscellaneous Protective Measures

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Primary Citation:  N.R.S. 503.631, 636 Country of Origin:  United States Last Checked:  November, 2016 Alternate Citation:  NV ST 503.631, 636 Date Adopted:  1973
Summary: This Nevada statute makes it illegal to permit such dog to run at large if such dog is actively tracking, pursuing, harassing, attacking or killing any wildlife in a state-owned wildlife management area.
Statute Text: 
503.631. Dogs running at large: Unlawful to permit tracking, harassing or killing of big game mammal
 
1. Except as otherwise provided in NRS 503.150, it is unlawful for the owner of any dog to permit such dog to run at large if such dog is actively tracking, pursuing, harassing, attacking or killing any big game mammal within this State.
 
2. Any such dog running at large may be destroyed by any peace officer without criminal or civil liability therefor.
 
Credits
Added by Laws 1973, p. 845. Amended by Laws 1991, p. 268.
 
503.636. Dogs running at large: Unlawful to permit tracking, harassing or killing of wildlife in state-owned area for management of wildlife
 
1. It is unlawful for the owner of any dog to permit such dog to run at large if such dog is actively tracking, pursuing, harassing, attacking or killing any wildlife in a state-owned wildlife management area, as provided in NRS 504.143.
 
2. Any such dog running at large may be destroyed by any peace officer, without criminal or civil liability therefor.
 
Credits
Added by Laws 1973, p. 845.
 
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