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In my state, domestic pets such as dogs and cats are not included. Dogs and cats used for profit, such as breeding, may have to be included. Horses, I believe, are the same way. If they are for pleasure riding only, then they are not included, but if they are used for breeding, racing, or any other profit arena, then they are considered assets. You should speak with a bankruptcy attorney in your state on this issue, or you can call the bankruptcy court for advice. Good luck!!

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