City of Buford Uses Standard Gwinnett County Animal Control Ordinances

December 13, 2022

Here is an example of a city that makes no changes from those adopted by Gwinnett County.


Buford, Georgia – Code of Ordinances, Chapter 8 – ANIMAL CONTROL

Sec. 8-1. – County animal control ordinance adopted.
The Gwinnett County animal control ordinance, as now or hereafter amended, is hereby adopted as a general ordinance of the city to the extent that the animal control ordinance is not inconsistent with any local amendments made thereto under this chapter. A copy of the current animal control ordinance and any additions, deletions, or local amendments thereto shall be maintained in the office of the city clerk and be available for inspection by the public.
(Code 2000, § 14-1; Ord. of 6-6-1988, § 1)
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Dog bites can be serious injuries and cause lasting damage – complicated by a significant chance of infection. When considering a personal injury attorney who can represent you in a dog or animal attack, it’s important to find one who is aware of local laws and ordinances. In an effort to help our clients win their demands, we present the following ordinance.


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