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Dog at large charge

A dog is charged with at large at large if it is not under a proper collar and/or license and is seen running loose, regardless of whether it is chasing or running away from another dog, person, animal, or object. Dogs that are charged with at large at large are subject to a fine, up to $50, and/or jail time.

The law states that dogs are not under a proper license if they do not have the "dog license tag attached to the collar in such a way that it can be readily seen by persons walking, driving, or standing on the public roads or highways and who are at least eight (8) inches in height from the ground." This means that dogs must have a collar with an identification tag that states where they are registered and what type of license the dog has. For example, a dog must be registered if it has had a rabies vaccination, has been vaccinated for parvo, has had a tag placed on the collar, or if the dog has had all three vaccinations (rabies, parvo, and distemper) as indicated on the registration tag.

According to the Kansas Department of Agriculture, a license is valid only if it is issued and maintained at the dog’s registration site and is in compliance with the requirements of the law. It must be displayed at all times while the dog is not in the presence of a veterinarian and must be visible to anyone walking, driving, or standing on the public road or highway. A license is not valid unless it is affixed to the collar and is readily visible. If a dog has been vaccinated for rabies and has had a tag affixed to its collar, it does not need to have a license. A dog that does not have a license is a “license at large” dog. A license at large dog can be fined $10 to $50 if found at large. The maximum fine for a license at large dog is $50. This fine is imposed regardless of whether or not the dog is dangerous to people, animals, or objects.

If a person is charged with an at large at large charge, this means that they failed to comply with the laws and rules of the state and local government regarding the possession of dogs. The charge is not a conviction and a person does not lose their license or become a dog criminal. However, the owner of a dog that is charged with an at large at large charge will receive a citation at the time of the citation and an owner can face further fines and charges based on the type of violation and the severity of the crime.

Kansas Department of Agriculture

At large at large

At large at large (AKA unlicensed) means that the dog is not under a license and is not wearing a tag stating where it is registered and what type of license it has. Unlicensed dogs can be fined $10 to $50 if found at large. A dog can be charged with an at large at large if it has not been licensed. The owner can be fined $10 to $50.

A dog that is charged with an at large at large charge is a “license at large” dog.

For more information about the laws pertaining to dogs and animal cruelty, please visit the Kansas Department of Agriculture’s website at www.kda.ks.gov

Citation

You were cited with at large at large on 01/26/14.

I have reviewed the details of your citation and you can find this on file in our office.

Your citation is:

On 01/26/2014, a law enforcement officer observed your dog, a yellow lab, running loose in a public park and charging at various dogs, dogs on leashes, a horse and children. The law states: "It shall be unlawful for any person owning or keeping any dog, without a current license and tag attached to such dog and visible at all times when such dog is running loose, to allow such dog to run loose in or upon any public roads or highways, parks, playgrounds or other open space areas in the state of Kansas."

The law also states that "a dog is running loose in a public park if said dog is observed running through a public park, running around the public park, or running towards any person or animal in the public park or moving in or towards any person or animal in the public park."

The law states that "if a dog is observed running loose in a public park and charging at any person, dog or animal in the public park or chasing or otherwise running away from any person, dog or animal in the public park, said dog shall be deemed to be running at large at large."

For more information about the laws pertaining to dogs and animal cruelty, please visit the Kansas Department of Agriculture’s website at www.kda.ks.gov

Dog running loose charge

On 02/11/14, a law enforcement officer observed your dog running loose at a residence on 23rd street. This dog was a yellow lab. The law states "it shall be unlawful for any person owning or keeping any dog to allow such dog to run loose in or upon any public road, highway or street, public park or other public place in the state of Kansas."

In your case, the dog is charged with running loose because it was observed running loose and charging at people and dogs.

You were cited with this charge.

I have reviewed the details of your citation and you can find this on file in our office.

Your citation is:

On 02/11/14, a law enforcement officer observed your dog running loose at a residence on 23rd street. This dog was a yellow lab. The law states "it shall be unlawful for any person owning or keeping any dog to allow such dog to run loose in or upon any public road, highway or street, public park or other public place in the state of Kansas."

For more information about the laws pertaining to dogs and animal cruelty, please visit the Kansas Department of Agriculture’s website at www.kda.ks.gov

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