This animal ordinance is completely ridiculous. I’m sure the sheriffs department has so much extra time and resources to drive around inspecting dog houses and measuring dog lots and dog chains. Not to mention the fact that the taxpayers don’t want to see any more of their tax dollars go to something completely ludicrous. Normal people with any sense are perfectly capable of taking care of their animals without having a bunch of ordinances telling them what they can and can’t do with their animals. Why don’t we worry about the county drug problem and making sure the children in the county have homes and food instead?