An ordinance in Marion County, Ind., requires that pets be housed in a home or a temperature-controlled building when outdoor temperatures reach 90 degrees or higher, or if a heat advisory is in effect. Outdoor dog houses must be shaded by trees or a tarp when the outdoor temperature reaches 80 degrees, and the law allows officials to ban pet ownership in cases of egregious violation.
Ind. county requires pets to be brought indoors when the mercury soars
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