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PA: Tethering Bill To Be Introduced

Discussion in 'Dog Ordinances & Laws' started by Vicki, Jun 29, 2010.

  1. Vicki

    Vicki Administrator Administrator

    Pennsylvania: tethering bill to be introduced

    Friday, 11 June 2010 13:55

    Reportedly this bill would limit tethering to four 2-hour periods per day. More info will be posted when available.
    Download memo (pdf)
  2. Budboy88

    Budboy88 Good Dog

    thats a damn shame
  3. CoolHandJean

    CoolHandJean Krypto Super Dog

    Love to see how they plan to enforce that policy. lol.
  4. Galadriel

    Galadriel Good Dog

    Statistically, dogs that bite are under socialized and intact. A chain is a tool, and like any tool, needs to be used correctly. People are cruel, not chains.
  5. simms

    simms Good Dog

    So let's see these stats! An what I mean by stats is city, county and state public records on dog bites for atleast 3years.

    The burden of proof is on you!

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