Tethering/Chaining

Monahans, Texas

November 9, 2004

No dog may be kept tethered.

Sec. 4-16. – Running at large—Maintenance.
All dogs within the city shall be cared for in accordance with the following:
. . .
(b) It shall be unlawful for the owner, caregiver or keeper of any dog to restrain or anchor a dog by means of a tether, chain, cable, rope or cord, unless the tether or other restraint is being personally held by the owner, caregiver or keeper of the dog. No dog may be attached to any inanimate object.

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