Have you ever wondered how many dogs

you can legally have in each city?

I have been asked where can a client live with four dogs and two cats and a parrot? Most of us have quite a few furry family members  and it's always nice to know what the law really allows.  Recently a client compiled the following list to clear things up.  The laws are always changing so if you see anything that you know to be incorrect, please let us know.  


City   Number of Pets Allowed
American Fork   2 dogs 2 cats
Bluffdale   3 dogs 
Bosie ID   4 pets total
Bountiful   2 dogs No cat limit
Brigham City   2 dogs 2 cats
Cedar Hills   3 dogs or cats
Davis County   2 dogs 2 cats
Draper   3 pets total
Eagle Montain   4 total
Herriman   3 adult dogs, 3 cats or 2 ferrets and no more than 4 total dogs, cats or ferrets in any combination, Fancier/Hobby permit available.
Lehi   2 dogs 3 cats (no hobby license)
Lindon   3 dogs and 3 cats. No kennel within residential area (same for hobby license)
Midvale   3 dogs 3 cats
Murray   2 dogs 2 cats
N Ogden   2 cats 2 dogs
Nephi   3 large animals per 1/2 acre
Ogden   Sterilized Dog 2 dogs 4 cats (6 total)
Pleasant Grove   2 dogs/cats  Kennel permit available if you have yard 1/2 acre+
Provo   2 dogs 2 cats 1 pot bellied pigs
Riverton   3 Dogs NA Cats Kennel license 5
Salt Lake City   NO LIMIT
Salt Lake County   NO LIMIT
Sandy   2 dogs 6 pet total  Hobby permit for 5 dogs
Saratoga Springs   3 dogs 4 cats
South Jordan   2 dogs 2 cats ***Breed Restrictions*** No Pit Bulls or Pot Belly Pigs
South Salt Lake   2 dogs 3 cats Hobby license avaiable for up to 5 dogs (lot size ten thouseand sq feet and runs needed)
Taylorsville   2 dogs and 2 cats more if Fancier permit or Hobby permit 
Tooele   2 pets total
Weber County   3 dogs 9 cats
West Jordan   4 dogs reasonable amount of cats
West Valley   2 licenses pet 4 total  Permit allows up to 6 dogs and pot belly pigs