§ 90.97  OFFENSES AND VIOLATIONS.
   (A)    A person commits an offense if the person is the owner of a dangerous dog and:
      (1)   The dog makes an unprovoked attack on another person outside the dog's enclosure and the attack causes bodily injury to the person;
      (2)   The dog makes an unprovoked attack on a domestic animal or domestic fowl while said dog is at large and the attack causes bodily injury or death to the domestic animal or domestic fowl;
      (3)   The person performs an act prohibited or fails to perform an act required  by this chapter.
   (B)   A person commits an offense if he owns or harbors a dog within the territorial limits of the city that has been determined lo be a dangerous dog by any other jurisdiction.
   (C)   A person commits an offense if the person provides false, misleading, or  incomplete information in connection with any registration required by this chapter.
   (D)   A person commits an offense if the person knowingly sells, delivers, gives, exchanges, or otherwise transfers ownership or possession of an animal to a person who is required to register under § 90.81, or to an individual who resides at the same address as a person who is required to register under that section.
   (E)   A person commits an offense if the person performs an act prohibited by this chapter, or fails to perform an act required by this chapter, and no other penalty is prescribed for the violation.
   (F)   An animal services officer is authorized to issue a written notice of violation and to file a complaint in the Municipal Court against any person who violates a provision of this chapter.
(Ord. 2018-04, passed 1-9-18; Am. Ord. 2019-10, passed 4-23-19)