§ 91.072  PUBLIC NUISANCES; ANIMALS.
   (A)   No owner shall fail to exercise proper care and control of his or her animal(s) to prevent them from becoming a public nuisance as described below:
      (1)   Dangerously aggressive or otherwise presenting a physical threat to humans or other animals when not properly restrained;
      (2)   Trespassing on school grounds or private property;
      (3)   Repeatedly unrestrained on or off owner's property; and
      (4)   Causing damage to public or private property.
   (B)   Every animal, determined to be a Public Nuisance by the Department of Animal Control, shall be confined by its owner within a building or secure enclosure and shall be muzzled or caged whenever off the property of its owner. 
   (C)   Violations of this section shall be punishable pursuant to the penalty provisions § 91.999(B).
(Prior Code, § 91.52)  (Ord. 4109, passed 7-14-1975; Am. Ord. 7979, passed 5-13-1997)  Penalty, see § 91.999