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Food

These are brands we have personally used for our dogs * WE DO NOT TEST DOG FOODS. Different dogs have different needs so, choose wisely. When in doubt, consult a qualified veterinary professional for help.

Foods your Dog Should Never Eat!

Canidae Dog Food

Diamond

Taste of the Wild

Earthborn

Open Farms

GRAIN FREE VS. GRAIN information video

Puppy Business

Getting your dog Microchipped

Fun Stuff

Crates

How to choose the right size Dog Crate

Ruffland Dog Crates

Impact Crate

Training Tools

The best E-collars out there Dogtra and E-collar Tech

How an E-Collar saved out Reactive Dog.

E Collar Tech owners manual.

Smart Collars

First Aid and Health

EMT Gel First Aid DEMO VIDEO

EMT Gel on Human

EMT gel for animal wound care

EMT spray

Basic animal Emergency animal kit

Find the nearest EMERGENCY VET

Flea and Tick

Simparica Trio

Bronco E Fly Spray

West Virginia Dog Laws

19-20-14. Dog killing, wounding or worrying livestock or poultry–Recovery of damages If any dog has killed or assisted in killing, wounding or worrying any sheep, lambs, goats, kids, calves, cattle, swine, show or breeding rabbits, horses, colts or poultry out of the enclosure of the owner of the dog, the owner or keeper of the dog shall be liable for the sheep, lambs, goats, kids, calves, cattle, swine, show or breeding rabbits, horses, colts or poultry in the amount of the damages sustained, to be recovered in an action before any court or magistrate having jurisdiction of the action. It shall not be necessary to sustain the action to prove that the owner of the dog knew the dog was accustomed to worrying, killing or wounding. A recovery under this section shall bar and preclude the owner of the sheep, lambs, goats, kids, calves, cattle, swine, show or breeding rabbits, horses, colts or poultry from obtaining compensation from the county commission under the provisions of this article. If the person suffering the loss or damage cannot ascertain the owner or keeper of the dog, or if the owner or keeper is not financially responsible, then the person suffering the loss or damage may file his claim with and prove the same before the county commission of the county in which the loss or damage is sustained, in the manner provided in this article, and the commission shall pay the loss or damage out of the fund provided for such purposes and according to the provisions of this article. When compensation is so obtained from the county commission, the county commission is authorized to sue under this section and recover as the owner of the sheep, lambs, goats, kids, calves, cattle, swine, show or breeding rabbits, horses, colts or poultry. The amount so recovered shall be paid into the county treasury; but no suit shall be commenced unless authorized by the county commission. Acts 1925, c. 83, § 1; Acts 1929, c. 13, § 50; Acts 1951, c. 69; Acts 1971, c. 5; Acts 1981, c. 71; Acts 1986, c. 2.

§ 19-20-13. Dog running at large; liability of owner Any owner or keeper of any dog who permits such dog to run at large shall be liable for any damages inflicted upon the person or property of another by such dog while so running at large. Acts 1925, c. 83, § 5; Acts 1951, c. 69.

§ 19-20A-2. Vaccination of dogs and cats (a) A person who owns, obtains or possesses a dog or cat within the State of West Virginia shall have the dog or cat properly vaccinated against rabies with a vaccine capable of producing immunity for three years, boostered one year after initial vaccination and every third year thereafter. Dogs and cats need not be vaccinated before the age of three months, but must be vaccinated by the age of six months. (b) Dogs and cats over six months of age entering the State of West Virginia must have been vaccinated for rabies as set forth in subsection (a) of this section prior to entry. (c) A dog or cat may be vaccinated by any licensed veterinarian or his or her assistant. If there is no licensed veterinarian practicing in the county, a qualified person may be appointed by the county health department to administer vaccinations. CREDIT(S) Acts 1955, c. 6; Acts 1957, c. 54; Acts 1987, c. 112; Acts 2010, c. 7, eff. June 6, 2010.

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