Hazel Park, Michigan

July 14, 2015

No dog may be tethered unattended.

6.04.075 – Tethers.

A tether (chain, rope, cable) used to restrain a dog to a shelter must be at least three times the length of the dog, measured from the tip of the nose to the base of the tail. The tether must be attached to the dog by a harness or a non-choke collar. An adult shall be in the presence of the dog at all times that the dog is being tethered.

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