16-1.9   Restraining Dogs.
   No person owning or harboring a dog shall suffer or allow it to worry, wound, or attack any person, nor to be so unreasonably noisy as to disturb the peace, nor shall such person suffer or allow it to go upon the premises of another without the permission of the owner or occupant of such premises. No person owning or harboring a dog shall suffer or allow it to run at large in any street or public place in the City, nor permit it to go upon any street or public place unless it is effectively restrained by a chain or leash not exceeding ten (10') feet in length. For the purposes of Section 173A of Chapter 140 of the General Laws this section shall be deemed an ordinance made under the provisions of Section 173 of said Chapter 140.
(CBC 1975 Ord. T14 § 254; Ord. 1976 c. 7 § 1)  Penalty, see subsections 16-1.9A, 16-32.6