Dogs Unchained by New Palm Beach County Law

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It goes without saying that with the dog days of August bearing down upon us, this is good news for Florida’s pet population.

First-time violators of the tethering and shelter laws face a $100 fine. A second offense carries a $250 fine and a third offense is $500. Depending on the severity of the violation, criminal charges are possible.

35 thoughts on “Dogs Unchained by New Palm Beach County Law”

  1. Its sad to think that many of these dogs will wind up in a shelter because their owners will not build a fence. Maybe if they are lucky they will find new homes…

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