The term “Breed-specific legislation”, or “BSL”, is a term in United States and foreign law which refers to any law that focuses on the regulation of a particular breed of animal. As one can imagine, there are a multitude of incarnations of BSL at the municipal and state government levels of the United States and even at national levels in some foreign countries. These laws generally seek to promote the proper care and control of various breeds of animals in an effort to prevent risks to both human and animal health and safety.
|Publication Title||Law School Student Scholarship|
|Publisher||Seton Hall Law|
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