Florida county approves dog-tethering ordinance

05/12/2010 | Tampa Bay Newspapers (Seminole, Fla.)

A newly approved ordinance in Pinellas County, Fla., seeks to restrict tethering of dogs in the area. The measure, which provides that area dogs cannot be left tethered during unsafe conditions or in a way that would cause them to be injured or entangled, imposes up to a $500 fine on violators.

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