Police can enter a fenced backyard if the gate is open and they have probable cause. Their powers extend into private property if there is a legitimate reason to do so.
No you can have them in any garden
depending on your state laws but in Tennessee the law states that if there is an obstruction that either has to be moved i.e. another vehicle or in your case a fence to open, then that property can not be moved without the owners express permission
a very shy one one that wont run away :)
If your backyard is fenced, try to look for the spot/s that your dog is getting under. Once you find the spots block them off with pieces of wood or wire.
It's extremely likely, given the location of the park and the fact that not every body of water is completely fenced.
Yes, it's against the law if you don't have your cattle fenced in on your property.
Well i have a bunny and a guinea pig and i left them together in my fenced backyard and they don't like each other but it depends if they've been together from the beginning. -Moonlight0691
Read your CONTRACT. YOU likely authorised it when you signed the papers.
If your neighbor is abusing or neglecting an animal, you can report it to the local law enforcement jurisdiction or the Humane Society. Keep in mind though that that simply keeping an animal tied in the backyard, fenced or not, is in itself highly unlikely illegal. While you may find it distasteful, others might perceive it as responsible, or simply a choice. It would be best to check with the local branch of the Humane Society before you act.
15 yd by 15 yd square (educated guess???)
It depends on the leash laws in your area and several factors. If your dog was in his/her yard and if it was fenced. If the intruding dog was a stray or a neighbors dog and should have been on a leash. If you dog was in the front or back yard and on a leash/fenced area.