posted on Jul, 23 2010 @ 01:10 PM
This is one reason I choose to live outside of any city area. In Canada, most cities, you are only allowed 2 dogs, and 2 cats maximum. All must be
licensed. Cats aren't even allowed to roam anymore.
In some cities certain dogs are prohibited, such as pitt bulls, and rottweilers. Some others are to be muzzled when outside, licensed and leashed at
all times. Hybrid wolf or coyote mixes are also not allowed. If a dog can be heard barking inside your home, you can be fined
they are great protection.
I have 3 dogs, one isn't allowed (my coydog), and one isn't even like a dog (shihtzu). Outside of the city I don't have to worry about anything
other than rabies vaccines, there are wild little animals that might carry this.
I understand making sure people are taking care of the animals they have, but this constant money grab and wanting to know if you have large dogs is
getting ridiculous. As long as your large (or possibly vicious) dogs are not getting out, and are well contained and looked after, it shouldn't be an
issue. Door to door sure seems like a money grab for broke states.