6-2-3: PROHIBITED ACTS:
It shall be unlawful:
   A.   To permit the animal to enter upon the premises of another within the village without the consent of the owners of the premises;
   B.   To permit any animal, whether licensed or not, to enter any public body of water, pond, fountain or stream except in any dog park where it is permitted to do so by the owner, lessee, and/or operator of said dog park;
   C.   To bring or cause to be brought any animal into any public hall, restaurant, shop, store or retail place of business wherein the public is invited to do business, or establishment where food or beverages are sold during such hours as the public is so invited or to bring or cause to be brought into any public building at any time any animal, unless said animal is under a person's control and is brought for the purpose of conducting business wherein the physical presence of the animal is required;
   D.   To permit, by action or inaction, any dog to bite any person or companion animal, other than its owner or the owner's immediate family;
   E.   To permit any animal to damage or destroy any property;
   F.   To permit any dog to chase, run after or jump at vehicles using the public thoroughfares;
   G.   To permit any dog to habitually snap, jump upon or otherwise threaten persons lawfully using any common thoroughfare, sidewalk, passageway, bypath, play area, park or any place where people congregate or walk;
   H.   To permit any dog that is unmuzzled or unleashed while off the owner's or custodian's property to growl, snarl, snap at or jump upon, or otherwise threaten persons in a manner that a reasonable person would believe poses an unjustified imminent threat of injury to a person or a companion animal;
   I.   To permit any dog, cat, or other animal to howl, yelp, whine or meow, bark or make noise in such a manner as to disturb any person or neighborhood, or to possess any female animal in heat which causes other animals to howl, yelp, whine or meow, bark or make noise in such a manner as to disturb any person or neighborhood;
   J.   To allow any place where any animal is or may be kept to become unclean or unsanitary or become offensive to those residing in the vicinity;
   K.   To fail to report to the chief of police an animal bite to a person or companion animal within twenty four (24) hours of said bite;
   L.   To keep, harbor or maintain any animal which may endanger the safety of persons or property;
   M.   To permit any dog to run at large in the village at any time except in a designated dog park. Dogs which are on any street, sidewalk, alley or other public place without being held securely on a leash shall be deemed running at large. Dogs which are running at large shall be taken up and impounded by the police department;
   N.   For the owner or custodian of a dog that has been deemed to be a dangerous dog to fail to report to the chief of police within twenty four (24) hours of any such finding or determination by the state or county official designated under the animal control act, and to fail to file a copy of any such written finding and order with the chief of police within said twenty four (24) hours;
   O.   For the owner or custodian of a dog that has been adjudicated and deemed to be a vicious dog to fail to report to the chief of police within twenty four (24) hours of the entry of a court order making any such determination or declaration, and to fail to file a certified copy of said order with the chief of police within said twenty four (24) hours irrespective of whether the time to appeal said order has run;
   P.   To bury any dead animal at any place within the village;
   Q.   To kill or wound, or attempt to kill or wound, any bird within the village, or enter upon any private enclosure or public grounds belonging to the village for the purpose of killing or wounding or attempting to kill or wound any bird; and
   R.   To permit any animal to defecate on any property other than that of the owner or custodian of the animal unless such owner causes the excrement to be removed immediately and disposed of in a sanitary manner. (Ord. G-1014, 11-26-2013)