SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) – A new law went into effect July 1st in San Francisco, requiring dog walkers with four or more dogs to obtain a permit.
There were no plans to issue tickets to offenders within the first 90 days, but citations should be expected after that.READ MORE: COVID Reopening: Uber Expects Employees At The Office At Least 3 Days A Week
Under the law, any dog walker with four or more dogs at a time must have a permit. The initial cost for a permit is $240, with an annual $100 renewal charge.
Dog walkers who have been in business less than three years must also complete 20 hours of training or 40 hours of comparable apprentice work. Under the new guidelines, the dog walker’s vehicle is subject to inspection to ensure it is capable of safely transporting multiple dogs at a time, and the driver must provide proof of $1 million liability insurance.READ MORE: COVID: Few 'Breakthrough' Infections Among Vaccinated In Sonoma County No Cause For Alarm, Experts Say