Hybrid Law tracks laws concerning ownership of hybrid cats and dogs in the United States, and where possible other countries. Legislation is listed by state and may include county and city.
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No restrictions for wolf hybrid or cat hybrids.
Potentially Dangerous Species
The following information is in accordance with N.J.A.C. 7:25-4.8.
(a) "Potentially Dangerous Species" is defined as any exotic mammals, birds, reptiles or amphibians, or nongame species which, in the opinion of the Division, is capable of inflicting serious or fatal injuries or which has the potential to become an agricultural pest, or a menace to the public health, or indigenous wildlife populations, including but not limited to the following:
|Carnivora||Canidae Nondomestic Dogs
Felidae Nondomestic Cats
The New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife does not regulate hybrid cats and dogs. A person may be required to show proof that the animal is a hybrid.
Wildlife Permits Unit
Exotic and Nongame Permits Office at
email EXOTICPERMITS @ dep.state.nj.us.
Disclaimer: Please check all local, city, county, township, homeowners' ordinances in your area first before acquiring any hybrid or exotic animals.
ordinances and regulations from all levels of government affect the
ownership of exotic and hybrid animals. It is strongly recommended that
county and city laws, and homeowners association rules be researched
prior to buying or selling any hybrid animal.
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