(A)   Whenever a case of rabies has occurred in the village, or when the proper officials of the village are apprehensive of the spread of rabies, the Village Dog Warden shall act to prevent its spread among dogs and other animals.  The Village Dog Warden may order:
      (1)   That all dogs or other animals in the village be:
         (a)   Kept confined within an enclosure; or
         (b)   Kept muzzled and restrained by leash.
      (2)   That all owners or custodians of dogs or other animals take prophylactic measures as they deem necessary to prevent the spread of rabies.
      (3)   Other measures as may be necessary to control the spread of rabies.
   (B)   The Village Dog Warden may determine the area of the village in which, and the period of time during which, such orders shall be effective.
(Ord. 399, passed 9-9-85; Am. Ord. 1939, passed 7-16-18)