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Senath to enforce dog muzzle rule
SENATH, Mo.-- The Senath City Council discussed at its Monday meeting the increase in the number of dangerous dogs being kept in the city illegally.
The city will pursue enforcement of muzzle requirements for dangerous dogs outside their residence, according to the council. The muzzle requirements are to ensure dogs are unable to bite people and other animals in the city. The muzzles must restrict the dog from biting but also be comfortable and not harmful to the dog.