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Iowa Code Annotated. Title IX. Local Government [Chs. 331-420]. Subtitle 1. Counties [Chs. 331-356A]. Chapter 351. Dogs and Other Animals. 351.41. Not a limitation on power of municipalities and counties.

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Citation: IA ST 351.41

Citation: I. C. A. 351.41


Last Checked by Web Center Staff: 12/2013

Summary:  

This Iowa state provides that the chapter relating to state dogs running at large laws does not limit the power of any city or county to prohibit dogs and other animals from running at large, whether or not they have been vaccinated for rabies, and does not limit the power of any city or county to provide additional measures for the restriction of dogs and other animals for the control of rabies and for other purposes.



Statute in Full:

This chapter does not limit the power of any city or county to prohibit dogs and other animals from running at large, whether or not they have been vaccinated for rabies, and does not limit the power of any city or county to provide additional measures for the restriction of dogs and other animals for the control of rabies and for other purposes.

CREDIT(S)

Added by Acts 1965 (61 G.A.) ch. 311, § 1; Acts 1974 (65 G.A.) ch. 1087, § 32. Amended by Acts 1981 (69 G.A.) ch. 117, § 1065.

 



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