A reader thinks the new dog tethering law is terrible because, “the dog guards the home when one is working.”
Our two Siberian huskies guard our house and they have never been tied up. We have a fenced-in yard for exercise, but mostly our dogs live in the house where they are warm in winter and cool in summer. They are always in the house when we leave. Good luck to anyone who tries to go past them.
But it’s easy to go past tethered yard dogs. They can’t get to the thief, now can they?