The Idaho Humane Society launched a city ordinance survey Monday to gauge public opinion over concerns about the Parvovirus and pet limit concerns.
It’s received an increasing number of emails, phone calls and social media messages asking to help update animal ordinance codes for a variety of issues facing animals in Ada County, IHS said Friday.
A recent controversy over a retail store selling puppies infected with the Parvovirus and concerns over pet limit laws are said to have sparked this inquiry.
The survey was released Dec. 16, and anyone interested in participating can click here.
The survey will remain open until the end of Jan. 2020.
“Once we’ve gathered an official pulse in the Treasure Valley, we will move forward with data to the leaders of our contracting municipalities to discuss the issues most pressing to constituents in the Treasure Valley for ordinance changes,” IHS said.
Read the original by Ryan L. Morrison and Brian Morrin at idahonews.com here.