Seguin, Texas

December 5, 2017

No dog may be tethered in temperatures below freezing, during a heat advisory, or during a hurricane, tropical storm, or tornado warning.

Sec. 14-51. Definitions
Extreme weather conditions means any day in which:
1. The actual or effective outdoor temperature is below 32 degrees Fahrenheit;
2. A heat advisory has been issued by a local or state authority or jurisdiction; or
3. A hurricane, tropical storm, or tornado warning has been issued for the jurisdiction by the National Weather Service.

Sec. 14-59. – Restraint
(k) No dog shall remain tethered during extreme weather conditions.

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