Friday, January 18, 2008
Seminole County Considers Dog-Chaining Ordinance
WESH reported yesterday on the latest news regarding Seminole County officials' consideration of an anti-chaining ordinance similar to the one passed in 2005 in Orange County. Keeping a dog chained can lead to behavioral problems and can make dogs more dangerous. The story notes that since Orange County passed its Ordinance, officers have seen positive results. "I think it's working pretty well because we don't have as many complaints about chaining issues," Orange County Animal Services Officer Kimberly Duncan said. See my previous post on the issue here.