Constitutionality of PA Dog Law Upheld

A federal court ruled last week that Pennsylvania’s new “dog law”, enacted last year does not violated Constitutional protections against unwarranted search and seizure:

U.S. District Judge Sylvia H. Rambo, of the Middle District, rejected those claims and found that the state has the authority to conduct unannounced inspection of regulated industry such as dog kennel operations and that the Secretary of the Department of Agriculture has the authority to revoke licenses under appeal. The plaintiffs attorney said his clients had not yet decided whether to appeal.

I’m not a constitutional scholar, but does this imply that the 4th amendment doesn’t apply to “regulated industries”?

The court did strike down part of the new law for violating the interstate commerce clause.