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post #17 of (permalink) Old 01-05-2019, 07:12 PM
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Glancing through the California animal laws, I found this one interesting.

"The state further prohibits an owner from permitting any dog to run at large on a farm where "livestock or domestic fowls" are kept, absent special circumstances."

I'm guessing (only partly in sarcasm), that you have to pay the state a fee so your dog can be registered as an official farm dog. And dish out even more money if you are actually using your dog for herding---you'll need a permit stating that there are "special circumstances" which apply to your dog. Ka-ching!

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