(A)   All trainers, as defined in § 91.01, shall, in addition to the other requirements of this chapter, comply with the following standards whenever any dog is being or is to be trained as an attack and security dog. Willful failure of the trainer to comply with these standards shall be unlawful and shall be grounds for denial or revocation of a license.
      (1)   Fencing of runs.  Runs shall have at least six-foot high fences completely surrounding them.
      (2)   Locking of gates and entrances.  All gates and entrances to the runs, kennel, and training area shall be kept locked when not in use.
      (3)  Perimeter fences; anti-climbers.  A perimeter fence at least six feet high shall be installed to encircle the training and kennel areas to which are to be added anti-climbers. Fences shall be maintained in escape-proof condition.
      (4)   Confinement of dogs.  A dog in training as an attack and security dog shall at all times be confined to its kennel, run, or training or other confined area.
('71 Code, § 3-18) 
   (B)   It shall be unlawful for any person to train in the town any dog to be used as an attack and security dog without possessing a valid attack and security dog trainer's license. However, this division shall not apply to the town government or any of its agencies. 
('71 Code, § 3-27)
      (1)   An application for an attack and security dog trainer's license shall be on a form provided by the town and shall state the name and address of the trainer's locality, its owner, and its trainer and the maximum number of dogs housed and trained in the trainer's facility. 
('71 Code, § 3-28)
      (2)   The fee for an attack and security dog trainer's license shall be imposed pursuant to the provisions relating to service estab-lishments.  The license fee shall be in addition to any kennel license fee required under § 91.66(B). The annual fee shall be $25.  ('71 Code, § 3-29)
(Ord. passed 9-23-75)  Penalty, see § 91.99