It shall be unlawful for any owner to fail to exercise proper care and control of his animal to prevent it from becoming a public nuisance. Every person shall be guilty of allowing an animal to become a nuisance when such person permits or allows an animal to:
   A.   Excessive, continuous or untimely barking, or noise;
   B.   Molest passersby or chase vehicles;
   C.   Habitually attack other domestic animals;
   D.   Trespass upon public or private property in such a manner as to damage the property; or
   E.   The excessive accumulation of animal feces in such a manner as to affect the health and quiet enjoyment of another person. (1952 Code § 6-07-23)