§ 95.26 NUISANCES.
   (A)   Every owner of a domestic animal shall exercise proper care and control of the animal to prevent the animal from becoming a public nuisance. Molesting passers-by; chasing persons, vehicles, bicycles, skateboarders, roller skaters and the like; attacking persons or other domestic animals; damaging property; running at large; or similar acts performed by animals shall be deemed a nuisance.
   (B)   Also, every person who takes a domestic animal off the property where it is boarded shall have on his or her person materials to remove excretory matter that the domestic animal may deposit, and that person is also responsible to see that such matter is picked up and properly disposed of, and a failure to have such material on his or her person or to pick up excretory matter so deposited shall be deemed a nuisance.
(`89 Code, § 173.090)
   (C)   It shall be unlawful for any person to keep or harbor a dog which habitually barks or cries. Habitual barking shall be defined as barking for repeated intervals of at least five minutes with less than one minute of interruption. The barking must also be audible off of the owner’s or caretaker’s premises.