Hi Judy Kelly-bost,
This is a very rural area, Judy, and no restrictions as this is NOT a Home Association Development area where the above mentioned property is situated; not certain of some of the newer home developments spring up north of this area... OF course we all must abide and respect local Animal Ordinances anywhere we live... However this area is in farming country, yes, even Southern AZ has farming of cotton, alfalfa around these parts not to mention horse farms... Even private property owners have horses, I do, who wouldn't in such open glorious riding areas that are not man made trails you pay to ride?
It is a dog's paradise, but be wise and do keep them safe from the original animal owners of the lands, coyotes, rattlesnakes and other normal desert inhabitants... This is still their land, and why we buy rurally, so we can enjoy nature and all its critters... It is always best to eep one's dogs safe in a fenced area near their homes when outdoors and take walks with them through nature... Not wise to leave them out all the time, either at night when wild life hunts but especially during the heat of the Arizona day... And best not left attended during the hours of dawn and dusk when snakes are looking for prey the size of an adult rabbit, so small dogs are at risk...