Public offering suggestions on animal bylaw survey in Leduc

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Council given suggestions on how to improve animal bylaw

Thousands of people in Leduc have made suggestions when it comes to the City's Animal Licensing and Control Bylaw.

There were a total of 1,268 people who took part in the survey which the RCMP's Administration and Enforcement Services presented to the city council.

Some of the recommendations included adding a provision for cat attacks and defecation, improving clarification of the number of permitted dogs/cats at a residence with respect to those having a business license to operate a breeding or boarding facility, and adding a lesser offense to address minor incidents currently classified as a dog attack. This they believe would utilize an aggression tool to define the degree of severity for an animal attack.

The Administration and Enforcement Services said most respondents want the prohibited list to remain as is.

For more information, you can call Leduc Enforcement Services at 780-980-7200 option 5.

To see the results just click here https://bit.ly/2BVMaZy  (JSL/THE ONE NEWS)

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