§ 90.03  KEEPING OF CERTAIN ANIMALS PROHIBITED.
   (A)   The keeping of livestock within the corporate limits of the village is prohibited, except in areas in the village zoned agricultural.
   (B)   The keeping of undomesticated animals within the village is prohibited.
   (C)   The keeping of more than three dogs or three cats on one zoning lot within the village is prohibited, provided that this subsection does not apply to a litter of pups or kittens less than five months of age.
   (D)   Except as specifically permitted by the Zoning Chapter of this Code, the keeping or harboring of any wild animal or fowl, poultry (including but not limited to chickens, ducks, geese, pheasants, peacocks, quail and turkeys, and whether kept for eggs, as pets or otherwise) rodents (except hamsters, guinea pigs, mice, and other rodents commonly kept as pets), and livestock (including but not limited to swine, sheep, cattle, ponies, goats, horses, asses and mules, and including such animals kept as pets) within the corporate limits of the village is prohibited and is hereby declared a nuisance.
(Ord. 05-31, passed 7-26-05; Am. Ord. 11-50, passed 11-8-11)   Penalty, see § 90.99