§ 91.23  ANIMALS EXHIBITING SIGNS OF RABIES.
   The owner or custodian of any animal which exhibits clinical signs of rabies, whether or not such animal has been inoculated against rabies, shall immediately notify the Village Dog Warden and shall promptly confine such animal, or have it confined, under suitable observation, for a period of at least ten days, unless officially authorized by the Village Dog Warden, in writing, to release it sooner.  Any animal in direct contact with such animal, whether or not the exposed animal has been inoculated against rabies, may also be confined as recommended by the Village Dog Warden.
(Ord. 399, passed 9-9-85; Am. Ord. 1939, passed 7-16-18)