SANTA FE, N.M. (KRQE) – Dog owners in Santa Fe will soon no longer be allowed to chain up their pets.
A city ban keeps owners from tying up their dogs in any way and prohibits them from keeping dogs unattended in extreme weather. On Wednesday night, councilors unanimously approved the ordinance.
It will take effect this summer.
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