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A 16th-Century Book on Forest Laws Had Alarming Rules About Dogs

The year was 1598, and if you wanted to keep a dog in an English forest, you were going to have to obey some seriously complicated rules. In some places, certain men could keep greyhounds or mastiffs. In others, it was "little dogs" only. And if you wanted a spaniel? Well, you had better get a grant from the king, or risk serious legal consequences. These, and other rules, are laid out in a treatise by John Manwood, a barrister of Lincoln's Inn in London.
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