A.   Defined: Any owner or person having charge, custody or control of, or caring for or feeding an animal causing a "nuisance", as defined below, shall be in violation of this chapter and subject to the penalties provided herein. Any animal falling under one or more of the following shall be deemed a nuisance. Any animal which:
      1.   Causes damage to the property of anyone other than its owner;
      2.   Is a "vicious animal", as defined herein;
      3.   Causes unreasonable fouling of the air by odors;
      4.   Causes unsanitary conditions in enclosures or surroundings;
      5.   Defecates on any public sidewalk, park or building, or on any private property without the consent of the owner of such private property, unless the person owning, having a proprietary interest in, harboring or having care, charge, control, custody or possession of such animal shall remove any such defecation to a proper trash receptacle;
      6.   Barks, whines or howls or makes other disturbing noises in an excessive, continuous or untimely fashion; persons making a complaint must sign the summons against the violator which will subsequently be delivered by the animal control officer;
      7.   Molests passersby by barking, snapping, pawing, clawing, biting or growling;
      8.   Chases passing vehicles;
      9.   Attacks other domestic animals;
      10.   Is determined by the department of public safety to be a public nuisance by virtue of being offensive or dangerous to the public health, welfare or safety;
      11.   Is "boarding", as defined herein, in or within two hundred feet (200') of a residential zone.
   B.   Citation; Remedy: Nuisances will be cited pursuant to the violation section of the City's fee schedule. Persons cited shall have five (5) days to remedy the nuisance. If the nuisance continues for more than five (5) days, each day of continuance will constitute a separate offense and may be cited as additional violations. (Ord. 99-09, 9-1-1999)