North Carolina county considers changes to animal-control laws

09/10/2010 | News & Record (Greensboro, N.C.), The

The Guilford County Board of Commissioners in North Carolina is reviewing suggested changes to the county's animal-control ordinances. Proposed changes include more regulations for high-volume breeders, a requirement for owners of "exotic animals" to obtain licenses and a ban on keeping "inherently dangerous mammals" as pets, such as wolves.

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