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Animal Law

Animal law is defined as the set of legal rules that govern human interactions with nonhuman animals. This guide covers laws and regulations, websites, and a selective bibliography of animal law holdings in the Chastek Library.

Washington State Statutes and Regulations


  • Title 16 of the Revised Code of Washington (Animals and Livestock)

  • Title 16 of the Washington Administrative Code (Department of Agriculture)

  • Title 220 of the Washington Administrative Code (Department of Fish and Wildlife - Fisheries)

  • Title 232 of the Washington Administrative Code (Department of Fish and Wildlife - Wildlife)

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