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(Olympia, WA)  --  Dog owners in Washington could be facing fines for inhumanely tethering their pets under a measure that's being considered in the Legislature.  The bill approved by the Senate would require any restrained dog to have adequate access to food, water, shelter, and freedom of movement.  Choke collars and similar restraints would be prohibited.  The measure next goes to the House.

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