Changes to St Lucie County’s Animal Ordinance

St. Lucie County

St Lucie County Changes Animal Ordinance

St. Lucie County Commissioners have approved changes to the county’s Animal Ordinance.

The changes include: Animals tethered outside without supervision is prohibited; Tethers must be at least 10-feet long or four times the length of the animal; Keeping unattended animals tethered outside is prohibited during extreme weather conditions such as tropical storms, hurricanes and when temperatures are colder than 40 degrees or when the heat index is 100 or hotter.

The changes to the St. Lucie County Animal Ordinance only apply to the unincorporated areas of the county.






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