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No-Kill Legislation 

California was a pioneer in passing legislation directly aimed at making shelters responsible for saving homeless pet lives.

Hayden Law

2000
California mandates more accountable and accessible animal shelters, enables reunification with lost companion animals.  Read More

Hayden Law Update

2004
What of the Hayden legislation survives the legislative process, subsequent attempts to repeal it, and financial wrangling over implementing its provisions.  Read More

Vincent Law: An Analysis by UCLA Law Professor Taimie Bryant, PhD

2000
Requiring animal shelters to spay and neuter dogs and cats prior to adoption.  Read More

Making a Case for Animal Law

2005
Tireless efforts enabled Barbara Gislason to get animal law recognized and respected within the legal profession.  Read More