Nancy Jocoy· Registered
I think where it *could* be good is if you have an aggressive dog who is chained in a neighborhood AND people complain but there is no specific offense (yet); then there is an enforceable law. Of course that introduces a subjective element to law enforcement.susan tuck said:Maybe I am too jaded, but I don't see how they are going to enforce this one either (if it passes). I would love to hear what ya'll think.
I can't see them having resources to go after the average person with a tethered dog until.....that dog becomes nasty due to being tethered all the time.
We had neighbors down the street with a nasty chained dog in a neighborhood we used to live in. Our kids were not allowed anywhere near the house and the dog almost ripped another kid's ear off -- strange -- the authorities took no action other than the mandatory 10 day hold --
These people were AWFUL; their idea of fun was to tie the rear legs of two cats together and throw them over a clothesline -- youngest kid was involved in sex crimes before he was 12. We were glad to move away - I feel bad for the kid (now grown if managed to survive to adulthood) and his future victims......