leash law

Definition of "leash law"
  1. A rule, particularly an ordinance, mandating that a dog be kept under control when it is not within its owner's property
How to use "leash law" in a sentence
  1. The neighborhood association reminded everyone of the local leash law after several complaints of loose dogs.
  2. The violator received a fine for not following the local leash law by letting their dog run uncontrolled in the city park.
  3. The animal control officer noticed a dog playing freely in the park and reminded its owner about the leash law.

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