Anyone whose dog was injured or killed should obtain a copy of the interactive book, When a Dog Is Injured Or Killed. For more information about the book, click on the book’s cover, on the right.
Attorneys should read the excellent annotation Damages for Injuring or Killing Dog by Robin Cheryl Miller, J.D. at 61 A.L.R.5th 635 (1998) (American Law Reports, ALR5th, Volume 61, 1998). Other important articles include:
- The Economic Value of Companion Animals: A Legal and Anthropological Argument for Special Valuation, by Geordie Duckler, 8 Animal L. 199 (2002).
- Resolving Confusion in Pet Owner Tort Cases: Recognizing Pets’ Anthropomorphic Qualities Under a Property Classification, by Lynn A. Epstein, 26 S. Ill. U. L. J. 31 (2001).
- Valuing Man’s and Woman’s Best Friend: The Moral and Legal Status of Companion Animals, by Rebecca Huss, 86 Marq. L. Rev. 47 (Fall, 2002).
- “Man’s Best Friend:” Property or Family Member? An Examination of the Legal Classification of Companion Animals and Its Impact on Damages Recoverable for Their Wrongful Death or Injury, by William C. Root, 47 Vill. L. Rev. 423 (2002).
- Animals as Property, Gary Francione.