West Virginia area adopts dog-tethering ordinance

06/25/2010 | Journal (Martinsburg, W.Va.), The

The Berkeley County Commission in West Virginia approved Thursday an ordinance that regulates dog tethering in the area. The new law requires that tethers used on dogs should be "at least four times the body length of the dog or a minimum of 10 feet long and weigh no more than one-eighth of the dog's weight," among other restrictions.

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