SAN DIEGO — Thunder leash will replace a kitten biting dogs leash in the San Diego city of San Diego, officials said Friday.
The department is reviewing a new policy to limit the number of dogs on a leash in public places, said San Diego Police Chief Jim McDonnell.
He said the department plans to hold a public meeting to discuss the change and update residents on the proposed rule.
Under the current leash policy, dogs must stay on a certain distance from people to prevent them from biting and chasing children and pets.
The new policy would allow dogs to run on a chain that has a leash attached to it, and allow the chain to be pulled by a person.
It also allows the chain of the dog to be moved by a human, but it would not be able to be lifted.