In order to be eligible to obtain a permit, a commercial animal establishment must:
   (A)   Be operated in such a manner as not to constitute a public nuisance;
   (B)   Provide an isolation area for sick or diseased animals, which is sufficiently removed so as not to endanger the health of other animals;
   (C)   Keep all animals caged, within a secure enclosure or under the control of the owner or operator at all times;
   (D)   With respect to all animals kept on the premises, comply with all of the provisions of this chapter providing for the general care of animals;
   (E)   Not sell animals that are unweaned, strays, or obviously diseased; and
   (F)   Not employ or allow volunteers that have been convicted of cruelty to animals.
(Ord. 2452, passed 5-l7-82; Am. Ord. 2707, passed 4-4-88; Am. Ord. 3503, passed 3-5-07; Am. Ord. 3766, passed 4-3-17)  Penalty, see § 90.999