Does Liberty have a leash law?
Yes. By City ordinance, all dogs must be physically restrained at all times, including if the animal is on its own property. Acceptable restraint methods include:

-- On a leash which is held securely by the owner or a responsible party.
-- Tethered by a rope, leash, or cable firmly attached to a stationary object which confines the animal to the real property limits of the owner.
-- Confined within an enclosed space within the real property limits of the owner. This includes invisible fences, which set a boundary line for the dogs.

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1. What is required for owning a dog in Liberty?
2. Does Liberty have a leash law?
3. Are pit bulls allowed in Liberty?
4. Do I have to spay or neuter my pet?
5. How many animals can I have in Liberty?
6. My dog is part wolf. Am I allowed to have her in Liberty?
7. I have a problem with stray cats in my neighborhood. Why doesn’t the City pick them up?
8. I was just bitten by an animal. What do I do?
9. My animal just bit someone. What happens now?
10. I don’t live within the city limits of Liberty. Can I still call for Animal Control services?
11. What do I do if I found a wild animal?
12. What if I am having problems with a wild animal in or near my house?