Another county considers anti-tethering ordinance

The Florence County council in South Carolina is considering new rules to regulate tethering of dogs. The proposals include limiting the weight of the tethering devices and considerations for extreme weather conditions.

Thankfully, the story posted on SCNow.com indicated the proposals include a limit of one hour and no more than three hours in any 24-hour period – and at least three hours between tethering periods.

Anti-tethering ordinances are slowly spreading and here’s hoping the pace picks up to soon cover every community in every state in the country.

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