Georgia Law from the perspective of a dog named Tuck.
Tuck "works" in a law office that handles criminal and personal injury cases, as well as contract law. Tuck "muses" on what he has learned from being in this environment. Tuck also muses on current events, headline and breaking news, along with his life's experiences and opinions on matters that affect dogs, to include dog health, adopting a shelter dog, dog toys, laws that pertain to dogs and animal rights.
I am Thankful that my Mom and Dad adopted me from the Shelter.
I am thankful that there are no-kill shelters for dogs and cats.
I am thankful for all the nice people that come to our law office every day and let me sit on their lap.
I am thankful and grateful that I have food and a warm place to live.
I am thankful for my grandma, aunts, uncles and cousins.
I am thankful for the champions of animal rights.
I am thankful that I have no fleas.
Albany County, NY, has created legislation requiring a registry for convicted animal abuse offenders, 16 years of age and older. First-time offenders will appear on the registry for 10 years and will be banned from buying, adopting or having possession of an animal during those ten years. Animal shelter, pet stores or breeders must check this registry prior to adopting out or selling a pet. See this article for additional information: http://www.timesunion.com/default/article/County-law-targets-animal-abusers-2214124.php