- Associated Press - Wednesday, July 12, 2017

LOS ANGELES (AP) - More dogs will have their day now that Los Angeles County has raised the dog limit per household from three to four.

County supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved the rule change.

Supervisor Hilda Solis, who co-authored the motion, says allowing residents to care for more dogs will help reduce the county’s shelter population.

KCBS-TV reports (https://cbsloc.al/2tIEbLC ) San Diego and San Bernardino counties already have similar laws.

Previously, private owners in LA County were allowed to have up to three dogs per household. Only licensed facilities such as groomers, kennels or pet shops could have more.

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