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Dog Owners’ Obligations in South Carolina

Written by John D. Hawkins on . Posted in .
Dog ownership across the United States rises every year, bringing a level of responsibility all dog owners need to be aware of and adhere to as long as they own their dogs. Within South Carolina alone, a dog owner has specific obligations, particularly regarding their dog’s interaction with other people. The state firmly backs this up by enforcing its own set of South Carolina dog laws. Dogs are undeniably often referred to as “man’s best friend,” but that doesn’t negate the reality of dog attacks occurring. Unfortunately, some of these dogs are a true threat to overall public safety, According to the annual data compiled by the American V…

What are the Best Things to Do with Your Dog in Charleston County?

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Charleston and Mount Pleasant love Fido – as proven by the abundance of dog-friendly parks, cafes, establishments, and events in these cities. If you’re a dog lover and want to bring your pet along on local adventures, you generally have the freedom to do so. Some places are extra-friendly to dogs, or offer especially fun experiences. Next time you’re planning where to bring man’s best friend, try one of these best things to do with your dog in Charleston and Mount Pleasant. Top 5 Best Things to do With your Dog in Charleston #1. Eat at Dog-Friendly Restaurants There are tons of dog-friendly restaurants in Charleston and Mount Pleasant. Go…
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