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   (a)   A person commits an offense if the person is the owner of an aggressive dog and the dog makes an unprovoked attack on a person or domestic animal outside the animal's enclosure and causes bodily injury to the person or domestic animal.
   (b)   An offense under this section is a punishable by a fine not to exceed $2,000.
   (c)   If a person is found guilty of an offense under this section and the unprovoked attack was not on a person, the court may order that the owner of the aggressive dog comply with additional requirements as deemed appropriate by the court.
   (d)   If an aggressive dog makes an unprovoked attack on a person, the dangerous dog determination process outlined in §§ 6-15.1 through 6-15.8 of this chapter shall also apply.
(Ord. 23295-06-2018, § 1, passed 6-26-2018, eff. 7-6-2018)