Butler, Georgia


Animals may not be tethered.

Sec. 4-001. – Definitions.

Restraint means:

  1. Having an animal on a leash or at heel or beside a competent person and obedient to that person’s commands.
  2. Having an animal within a vehicle being driven or parked on the streets and roads of the city.
  3. Having an animal in a fenced area within the real property limits of the owner, or otherwise authorized by the city. Invisible fence systems may be allowed if maintained in good working order and if they keep the animal contained. Any person using an invisible fence shall post a sign near the entrance to the property indicating an invisible fence is in use. A chain, cable, rope, or other stakeout or tie out device may not be used.
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