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Our View: More needed on dogs in county

Posted: Wednesday, February 13, 2019 12:00 am

The issue of treatment of dogs in Walton County isn’t going away, no matter how much some elected officials hope it would.

Citizens wearing red at last week’s Board of Commissioners meeting were calling for a tougher anti-tethering law, and four people shared their stories of problems with dogs in the county.

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  • MonroeResident posted at 8:25 am on Wed, Feb 20, 2019.

    MonroeResident Posts: 4

    Thank you for shedding a light on the problems here in Walton County in regard to Animal Welfare, and maybe brokering a conversation between those who know the needs here in our county and the Commissioners, who have the authority to help us with this problem. Kudos to Walton County Tribune, for standing up for what is right. Thank you. ~ Marsha Blackmon