New laws protect animal welfare


Molly and Finn were both rescued from their former living situations before finding new, loving, permanent homes in Millerton. Photo by Whitney Joseph

DUTCHESS COUNTY — Earlier this month, the Dutchess County Legislature unanimously adopted county-wide Animal Abuse Registry and Tethering Regulation local laws. The laws will help protect animals from cruelty and maltreatment.

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