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Numerous reports of dogs on the loose in our neighborhood have been made recently. As a reminder, all pet owners should follow the ordinances of Whitfield County, including but not limited to Sec. 4-21. - Domesticated animals running at large, Sec. 4-22. - Domesticated animals disturbing the peace, and Sec. 4-23. - Restraint of dogs. The full details of these ordinances are ...

Sec. 4-21. - Domesticated animals running at large.
It shall be unlawful for any person owning or otherwise having a domesticated animal in his or her care, charge, control, custody, or possession to cause or to allow such domesticated animal to run at large, loose and unattended, in or on any public property, vacant lot, or private property, specifically including, but not limited to, the property of such owner.

Sec. 4-22. - Domesticated animals disturbing the peace.
It shall be unlawful for any person owning or otherwise having a domesticated animal in his or her care, charge, control, custody, or possession to allow any such domesticated animal persistently or continuously to bark, howl, or make noise common to their species or otherwise to disturb the peace and quiet of the surrounding neighborhoods. It shall likewise be unlawful to keep or to maintain such domesticated animals in such a manner as to produce noxious or offensive odors, or otherwise to endanger the health and welfare of surrounding persons.

Sec. 4-23. - Restraint of dogs.
No person owning or otherwise having a dog in his or her care, charge, control, custody, or possession shall cause, permit, or allow the dog leave the confinement of the owner's or other responsible party's property unless such dog is under restraint by leash or chain. The leash or chain shall not exceed six feet in length, unless it is a retractable-type leash. No person owning or otherwise having a dog in his or her care, charge, control, custody, or possession shall cause, permit, or allow such dog to be on any private property unless the owner thereof shall consent. Dogs are additionally prohibited in those public areas so designated and posted by the county or other governmental entity having authority to do so.