A.   Disposition Of Dead Animals; Violation: The owner of any animal or fowl that has died or been killed shall remove or bury the carcass of such animal within ten (10) hours after its death; provided, that no horse, cow, ox or other animal shall be buried within the closely inhabited portions of the city. (1979 Code § 13-225; amd. 1998 Code)
   B.   Diseased Animals: It shall be unlawful for any person to bring into the city for sale or have in his possession with intent to sell or offer for sale, any animal which has a communicable disease or which has been exposed to or which is liable to carry infection from a communicable disease. (1979 Code § 13-226; amd. 1998 Code)
   C.   Diseased Animals For Human Consumption: It shall be unlawful for any person to bring into the city for sale or to sell, or offer for sale any cattle, sheep, swine, fish, game, fowl or poultry which is diseased, unsound, and unwholesome or which for any other reason is unfit for human food. (1979 Code § 13-227; amd. 1998 Code)
   D.   Female Dogs In Heat: The owner of a female dog in heat shall cause such dog to be penned or enclosed in such a manner as to preclude other dogs from attacking such female dog or being attracted to such female dog so as to create a public nuisance. (1979 Code § 13-245)
   E.   Harbor Stray Dogs: It shall be unlawful for any person to harbor or keep within the city any lost or stray dog. Whenever any dog shall be found which appears to be lost or stray, it shall be the duty of the finder to notify the city recorder or animal control officer, who shall impound for running at large contrary to the terms of this chapter. If there shall be attached to such dog a license tag for the then current fiscal year, the animal control officer shall notify the person to whom such license was issued, at the address given on the license. (1979 Code § 13-246)
   F.   Loud Or Offensive Animals: No person shall own, keep, or harbor any animal which by loud, continued, or frequent barking, howling, yelping, or by noxious or offensive odors shall annoy, disturb, or endanger the health and welfare of any person or neighborhood. A violation of this subsection shall be a class C misdemeanor. Each day a violation is permitted to exist shall constitute a separate offense. Such violation must be witnessed by the animal control officer, or the person making the complaint must file the complaint with the Emery County sheriff's office. This subsection shall not apply to the city pound, veterinary hospitals or medical laboratories. (Ord. 2001-3, 11-13-2001)
   G.   Trespassing Animals: It shall be unlawful for any owner or caretaker of any domestic fowl or animal to permit such fowl or animal to trespass upon the premises of another person. (1979 Code § 13-223)