Friday, January 11, 2008

Palm Beach County eases pet ordinance plans

The Sun-Sentinel reports here on the latest draft of the Palm Beach animal ordinance update. Plans for a more stringent set of requirements have been scaled back after the county received negative feedback. The original ordinance made spaying and neutering pets mandatory. The new version says pet owners who desire not to sterilize their pet can do so if they sign county documents promising that the dog or cat will not be bred, and so long as they have paid the usual annual $75 fee for a vaccination tag that pets must wear.

Previous posts on the ordinance are here, here, and here.

1 comment:

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