Maumelle, Arkansas

June 6, 2005

Animals may not be tethered.

Sec. 10-90. – Confinement of animals.

(a)    Any person owning animals, whether vaccinated or unvaccinated, licensed or unlicensed, shall confine such animal within an adequate fence or enclosure, or within a house, garage or other building. Animals shall not be tied or chained to doghouses or other stationary objects but must be in an approved enclosure.

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