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Tethering Law in Effect

Beginning July 1 2009
, tethering a dog too long without any supervision is against the law in Raleigh.

The new ordinance says dogs cannot be tethered for more than three hours in any 24-hour period. Those who break the law could be fined up to $100 per day of the incidents.

Click here to read more on the
tethering law.

For information on the dangers of tethering and free or low cost fencing, check out these organizations below.

Coalition to Unchain Dogs

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