(A)   Disposal of diseased animals and fowl.  It shall be the duty of every person keeping or maintaining any animal or fowl which becomes infected or afflicted with a disease which is contagious or a threat to the life and health of other such animals or fowl, or to humans, to humanely destroy the animals or fowl and dispose of its remains when directed, and as directed, by an officer of the County Health Department.
   (B)   Disposal of dead animals and fowl.  Except for animals and fowl kept by veterinarians or persons engaged in medical or scientific research, and those mounted by a taxidermist, dead animals and fowl shall be disposed of within 24 hours of the time of death. The manner in which dead animals and fowl are disposed of shall, at minimum, comply with the established regulations of the County Health Department and applicable state laws and regulations.
   (C)   Disposal on public property prohibited.  It shall be unlawful for any person to dispose of any dead animal or fowl upon public property within the city. Public property shall include, but not be limited to, streets, alleys, parks, trash cans, dumpsters, buildings, and grounds owned, operated, or rented by any level of government, school property, and drain-age channels maintained by the city.
(Ord. 92-08, passed 4-23-92)  Penalty, see § 10.99