Stricter dog-tethering rules are proposed in North Carolina city

06/15/2010 | News 14 Carolina (Charlotte/Raleigh, N.C.)

The City Council in Charlotte, N.C., on Monday approved proposals to toughen dog-chaining regulations in the area. The proposed rules, which will go through a vote in September, include requiring pet owners to use chains that are lightweight and measure 10 feet or longer.

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