People say too much of a good thing can be a bad thing and as much as we don't want to admit it, that rings true for a lot of things. In relationships, they say absence makes the heart grow fonder. With diets and food, they say that too much sugar can be bad for your health and your teeth.

Even the things that are near and dear to us, like our pets can be too much.

No, you can't live out your "crazy cat person" dream

As free as Idaho is in a lot of areas, there's one area where they don't mess around: pet ownership.

And look, we get it - who doesn't want to live out the fantasy of owning dozens of animals while living in solitude? Unfortunately, city ordinances squash that dream for a lot of Idahoans.

As upset as animal lovers might be, it makes sense in the grand scheme of things. If someone has too many pets, it might be overwhelming for them and the ones who suffer in that situation are typically the animals.

Idaho towns protect our furry friends with different rules on how many pets you can own. Are you unknowingly breaking the law? Scroll on to see the rules for pet ownership in your town...

How Many Pets Can You Legally Own In Each Idaho City?

If you love having multiple dogs and live in the Treasure Valley, you may want to review the rules on how many pets you're allowed to have.

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Speaking of the rules on pet ownership, Boise has a specific list of animals that you cannot legally own when living in the city.

If you think your pet is in question, check out the list of fifteen pets that you cannot own in Boise.

15 Pets You CANNOT Own in the City of Boise

The City Code for Boise prohibits ordinary residents from owning these animals as pets.

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Are You Really Breaking the Law By Burying Your Pet in Idaho?

What is the law on burying your pets in Idaho? Here are the rules you'll need to follow if you plan on burying your pet in Idaho according to the Idaho State Department of Agriculture.

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