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   (Amended by Ord. No. 160,401, Eff. 11/1/85.)
   (a)   Every person owning or having charge, care, custody or control of any dog shall keep such dog exclusively upon his own premises provided, however, that such dog may be off such premises if it be under the control of a competent person and restrained by a substantial chain or leash not exceeding six feet in length, or under the control of a competent person on a dog exercise or training area established pursuant to section 63.44 of this Code.
   (b)   (Deleted by Ord. No. 183,271, Eff. 11/14/14.)
   This section is not unconstitutional and is substantially and fundamentally different from Ordinance No. 55,665.
   People v. Barnsdall 1945, CR A 2103.
   “Whatever may be said about the affection which mankind has for a faithful companion, modern city conditions no longer permit dogs to run at large.”
   Brotemarkel v. Snyder 1950, 99 CAC 388, 390.