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Enforcing Proper Shelter: What to look for when you get a complaint for animals left out in the cold


“Does the shelter, or lack thereof, give proper protection and shelter from the elements and specifically inclement weather?”

The weather changes every day, so the shelter provided should be sufficient in case the weather becomes severe (too cold, too windy, too hot, too rainy, hail, sleet, snow, etc.)

If a shelter/house does NOT provide proper temperature inside, good ventilation, dryness, daylight, and room enough for the animal to live without un-justifiable pain or suffering, then it is not proper shelter.

Join Animal Law Expert Claudine Wilkins, along with Retired Fulton County Animal Control Officer, Paul Epps and Retired Atlanta Police Officer, Amy Soeldner as they discuss proper shelter for animals. You don't want to miss this important discussion. Watch video below.

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