Tethering/Chaining

Camden, New Jersey

January 11, 2001

Animals may not be chained or tethered in any manner for more than two consecutive hours.
§ 210-45. Unlawful to chain or tether animals.

Animals shall not be chained, tied, fastened or otherwise tethered to dog houses, trees, stakes, poles, fences, walls, or any other stationary objects outdoors or indoors as a means of confinement for more than two consecutive hours in any twenty-four-hour period.

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