State’s new animal cruelty law has teeth

2017-12-07 / Opinion

State’s new animal cruelty law has teeth

(AP) –– Pet owners may want to familiarize themselves with the state’s new animal-abuse laws before frigid weather sets in.
Libre’s law, which was approved this summer and signed into law by Gov. Tom Wolf, sets requirements on how long an animal is allowed to be tethered outside in adverse conditions.

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