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Yes.....for now. Also be aware that starting January 1, 2013, you may have to register your dog with the DFG (for a fee) and have it microchipped before it can be used to "pursue" mammals under F&G Code section 3032.I lost track, this is JUST Bears & Bobcats.
Is the hunting of wild pigs still allowed with dogs?
Hmmm.....interesting take on the law. I don't think this will include stock dogs. Generally, the F&G Commission is reluctant to step on the toes of the county animal control's jurisdiction when the animals in question are not used for hunting purposes. But....you never know where this might lead.Read #1 Predator's post carefully. (2) takes in any dog and any mammal. As written, this could conceivably effect cattle and sheep dogs.
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