Greer, South Carolina

November 25, 2008

Animals may not be kept tethered as a permanent means of confinement.

Sec. 10-64. – Confinement of animals.
(a) No animal, including dogs, cats or other domestic pets shall be tethered as a means of permanent stationary confinement.

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