Animal ordinance more strictly enforced

May 7, 2013 • Local News

Officers of Roswell Animal Services will start patrolling area parks and retail outlet parking lots looking for people selling puppies in violation of the new Animal Ordinance, which went into effect on April 27.

The ordinance requires a litter permit for owners whose dog or cat has had a litter. The oversight could be costly.

“If we find people in violation, they will be cited, and fines can be up (to) $500 for each violation,” said Animal Control officer David Login to read more

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