Officer Fido Byron mentions the decision during the arrest of Joel Robinson.

Terryson v. Florida (docket number and year unknown) is a decision by the Supreme Court of the United States in the Housepets! prime dimension.

It is an extension of the landmark 1966 decision Miranda v. Arizona, 384 U.S. 436. Miranda v. Arizona states that a person must be reminded of their privileges under the Fifth Amendment and related Supreme Court cases (such as the right to counsel and provision of counsel by the court in cases of economic need, as dictated by Gideon v. Wainwright) when they are placed under arrest or otherwise interrogated by police.

Under Terryson v. Florida, a licensed and deputized K-9 officer is permitted to read an arrested individual their Miranda rights.

Fido Byron reads Joel Robinson his rights when he is arrested for the attempted kidnapping of Fox Lindberg in A Sinister Shadow, strip "I Kid, People, I Kid; You're A Good Crowd".