Pennsylvania’s Libre Law Puts Limits on Chaining Dogs Outside

Libre, Boston Terrier, Pennsylvania.

Concerned pet lovers rejoiced when Pennsylvania enacted a new anti-animal cruelty law that makes it illegal to leave dogs chained outside longer than nine hours in a 24-hour period and no longer than 30 minutes in temperatures over 90 degrees or below freezing.

Libre’s Law, named after an emaciated and gravely ill Boston Terrier who was rescued from a Lancaster County breeding facility in 2016,…

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