§ 91.29  HUMANE TREATMENT.
   (A)   Each owner or custodian shall provide for each of his dogs and animals:
      (1)   Sufficient quantity of good quality, wholesome food and water;
      (2)   Adequate shelter and protection from the weather and unsanitary conditions;
      (3)   Veterinary care when needed to prevent suffering; and
      (4)   Humane care and treatment.
   (B)   Any dog or animal that appears to be showing signs of neglect in treatment shall be promptly examined by a licensed veterinarian and a report made within 24 hours to the Village Dog Warden of the condition of such dog or animal and any corrective measures to be taken.
   (C)   No person may own, capture, breed, trade or lease any dog or animal or conduct in any manner or assist or patronize in any activity involving a fight between two or more dogs or animals or the intentional killing of any dog or animal for the purpose of wagering or entertainment.
   (D)   No person may knowingly poison or cause to be poisoned any dog or any other animal.
   (E)   No person or owner or custodian may beat, cruelly treat, torment, overload, overwork or otherwise abuse any dog or animal.  No owner or custodian may abandon any dog or animal where it may become a public charge or where the dog or animal may suffer injury, hunger or exposure.
(Ord. 399, passed 9-9-85; Am. Ord. 1939, passed 7-16-18)  Penalty, see § 91.99