N.C. town officials consider a raft of tighter animal laws

08/23/2011 | Dispatch (Lexington, N.C.), The

The City Council in Lexington, N.C., will hold public hearings next month to hear comments on several proposed changes to the city's animal ordinances, including a plan for setbacks to dog runs and kennels near streets and sidewalks, requiring tethered dogs to have access to food, water and shelter and banning ownership of dangerous dogs.

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