§ 90.05  PEN, ENCLOSURE TO BE KEPT CLEAN; ADEQUATE PROVISIONS; NUISANCES.
   (A)   When animals are kept within the corporate limits, the building, structure, corral, pen or enclosure in which they are kept shall at all times be maintained in a clean and sanitary condition and it shall be a civil offense for the owner thereof to keep the same otherwise.
(1994 Code, § 10-105)
   (B)   No animal shall be kept or confined in any place where the food, water, shelter and ventilation are not adequate and sufficient for the preservation of its health, safe condition and wholesomeness for food if so intended. All feed shall be stored and kept in a rat-proof and fly-tight building, box or receptacle.
(1994 Code, § 10-106)
   (C)   No animal shall be kept in such a place or condition as to become a nuisance either because of noise, odor, contagious disease or other reason.
(1994 Code, § 10-107)
(Ord. 409, passed 2-24-1986; Ord. 494, passed 9-2-1993)  Penalty, see § 90.99