Doggone That's Good News! L.A. County Raises Limit to 4 Dogs Per Household


Every dog has his day and today is that day here in Los Angeles after L.A. County raised the limit of how many dogs can be kept in one household. County Supervisors unanimously approved a motion to raise the dog limit from three to four. 

One of the co-authors of the motion, Supervisor Hilda Solis, says allowing residents to take care of more pups will help to reduce the county's shelter population. 

San Diego and San Bernardino counties have similar laws on the books. 

Before Tuesday's motion was approved, private owners were only allowed to keep up to three dogs per household. Only licensed facilities like groomers, kennels, or pet shops were allowed to have more. 

Pet owners applaud the decision if only because that gives everyone more opportunities to film videos like a bulldog watching a horror movie. 


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