Is there a leash law in Pitkin County?
There is a leash law in Pitkin County. It states that any dog off its property must be on a leash no longer than 10 feet in length. Any dog outside on its own property must be in voice and sight control of its owner or keeper, or contained in such a way that the dog cannot leave its property. (The term "contained" includes but is not limited to a leash, chain, invisible fence, kennel or fenced yard.)

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1. Is there a leash law in Pitkin County?
2. What are the rules regarding vaccinations in Pitkin County?
3. Are there any particular policies regarding cats in Pitkin County?
4. What can be done about nuisance raccoons and skunks?
5. Who can answer questions about big game wildlife?