6.20.020   Animals on unenclosed premises.
   No person shall stake out, herd or graze any animal upon any unenclosed lot or land in any manner so that the animal may be or go beyond the boundary of such lot or land. No person shall stake or tie, or leave staked or tied, within one hundred feet of an inhabited or uninhabited residence, any horse, cow, sheep, pig, mule, llama or goat in an open lot, without the written consent of the owner or occupant of such residence.
(Ord. 3983 § 10, 1990: Ord. 3257 § 5 (part), 1981: prior code § 18.08)