Notice of Property Rights
All registered and/or unregistered trademark and/or service marks used or referred to in this website are the property of Stuart B. Dalton DVM, P.A., doing business as White Bear Animal Hospital under a certificate of assumed name filed with the Office of the Secretary of State for the State of Minnesota (hereinafter, “WBAH”) and/or its respective owners, unless otherwise noted.
Pursuant to Title 17, United States Code, this website, which may be accessed using any number of universal resource locators (“URLs”), and its contents, which includes, but intentionally is not limited to, all of the text, software (which may be referred to as all or any portion of the computer code, and, or, all or any portion of the source code), music, sound, artwork, graphics, photographs, illustrations, animations, video, layout, format, design, and English translation of any portion thereof, or other material contained in this website, presented to the user (“Content”), are protected by the copyrights, trademarks, service marks, patents or other proprietary rights and laws of the United States of America.
User is permitted only to use this Content for his or her own personal education and may not copy, reproduce, distribute or create derivative works from this Content without express written authorization from Stuart B. Dalton DVM on behalf of WBAH, the owner of this website.
Any unauthorized use of this website or any of its Content, in whole or in part, shall be considered an infringement of the copyrights, trademarks, service marks, patents or other proprietary rights of WBAH. It is illegal for anyone to violate any of the copyrights, trademarks, service marks, patents or other proprietary rights that are provided to WBAH, the owner of this website and its Content, by the laws of the United States of America.
Should you infringe this copyright, you may be liable to WBAH for relief such as injunction, impounding and disposition of infringing articles, attorneys’ fees, actual damages, any profits resulting from the infringement, and if the infringement was committed willfully, statutory damages up to $150,000 may also be imposed.