Photography Ban Is the Latest Chapter in a Controversy at a Tennessee Rabies Control Center

Sometimes it seems almost a matter of courtesy to take a photo of someone’s dog acting adorable and then share it with the rest of the world via Instagram or Twitter. In any case, you rarely hear people objecting to pictures being taken of their pets. Typically, they just stand aside, beaming like proud parents while you immortalize their pet in a high-rez, HDR image on your phone. And when it comes to adoption, rescue groups often use photo-sharing on the Internet to help find animals in shelters homes.





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