Glendale, Arizona

June 13, 2017

No animal shall be tethered for the purpose of confinement with the exception of temporary tethering of horses.

Sec. 6-26. – Animal cruelty and neglect.
(c)(5) With the exception of temporary tethering of horses, the use of tie-outs such as chains, leashes, wires, cables, ropes, or similar restraining devices for the purpose of animal confinement is hereby prohibited;

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