San Bernardino, California

May 2007

6.08.145 Methods of Restraint – Improper Restraint.

F. Tie-outs must be of sufficient length to allow the animal freedom of movement without becoming tangled, but never less than eight (8) feet in length, excluding the length of the collar. Tie-outs must be made of a non-rigid material. Tie-outs shall not be the primary means of restraint and no animal shall be kept in this manner for more than 12 hours a day.

G. It is unlawful to use a weighted chain collar as a method of restraint.

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