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Culver City : Exemptions for Police Dogs

November 13, 1986

The City Council Monday approved a law exempting police dogs from city license fees and leash requirements. It also exempted dogs that live in the city but are used by outside law enforcement agencies.

Under the municipal code, dog owners are required to pay a $17 annual license fee and keep their pets on a six-foot leash and are prohibited from taking the animals to parks or inside stores and restaurants. Police said the rules hindered their pursuit and apprehension of criminals.

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