2018 Georgia Code
Title 4 - Animals
Chapter 13 - Humane Care for Equines
§ 4-13-3. Prohibited acts

Universal Citation: GA Code § 4-13-3 (2018)
    It shall be unlawful for the owner of any equine:
  • (1) To commit a violation of Code Section 16-12-4, relating to cruelty to animals, which involves an equine owned by, possessed by, or in the custody or control of such person;

  • (2) To fail to provide adequate food and water to such equine;

  • (3) To fail to provide humane care for such equine;

  • (4) To unnecessarily overload, overdrive, torment, or beat any equine or to cause the death of any equine in a cruel or inhumane manner; or

  • (5) To interfere with or hinder the Commissioner or his designated agent or any sheriff, deputy sheriff, or other law enforcement officer in carrying out his duties under this chapter.

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