(A)   No person shall own, harbor, or keep any dog within the municipality which, by frequent and habitual barking, howling, or yelping, creates unreasonably loud and disturbing noises of such a character, intensity, and duration as to disturb the peace, quiet, and good order of the municipality.
   (B)   No person shall own, harbor, or keep any dog which, by biting, scratching, digging, jumping, running, frolicking, urinating, defecating, vomiting, or otherwise, injures, damages, soils, defaces, or befouls any person, lawn, tree, shrub, plant, building, street, sidewalk, or other public or private property without the permission of the owner or person in charge of such property. The restriction as to defecating imposed by this section shall not be applicable to public property when the owner, harborer, or keeper of such dog immediately and completely removes all feces deposited by such dog and disposes of same in a sanitary manner, nor to cases in which seeing eye dogs are leading legally blind persons.
   (C)   Any person who shall allow any dog habitually to remain, be lodged, or fed within any dwelling, building, yard, or enclosure which he or she occupies or owns, shall be considered as harboring or keeping such dog for the purposes of this section.
   (D)   Whoever violates this section is guilty of harboring barking, howling, or offensive dogs, a minor misdemeanor. If the offender has previously been convicted of this section, then violation of this section is aggravated harboring of barking, howling, or offensive dogs, a misdemeanor of the fourth degree.
(1980 Code, § 90.03) (Ord. 3071, passed 1-3-1974; Am. Ord. 3101, passed 4-1-1974; Am. Ord. 3953, passed 2-19-1980) Penalty, see § 90.99