February 1, 2018
No dog may be tethered unless in his or her owner’s immediate possession and accompanied by the owner.
SEC. 7-4.7. TETHERED DOGS.
An owner of a dog may only tether a dog if the dog is in the owner’s immediate possession and accompanied by the owner, as required by Section 7-3.1 of this chapter. In addition, the owner of a tethered dog shall:
(1) not allow the dog to be tethered in any manner or by any method that allows the dog to become entangled or injured;
(2) use a properly fitted harness or collar that is specifically designed for the dog; and
(3) attach the tethering device to the dog’s harness or collar and not directly to the dog’s neck.