§ 91.01  ADOPTION OF STATE LAW.
   (A)   All laws of the state which pertain to the regulation and control of animals, including but not limited to their ownership, licensing, harboring, abandonment, running at large, rabies control and quarantine, pursuit, capture, confinement, the prevention and control of diseases of domestic animals, and the active rules and regulations of the State Board of Health and unlawful acts relating thereto which are not inconsistent with this chapter are made a part of this chapter by reference.
   (B)   The sections of this chapter are not to replace state laws, but are to be considered supplementary and in addition to the laws of the state, are to be fully enforced where not inconsistent with those laws. Any violation of the state statute which is an infraction by state law shall also be deemed a violation of this chapter and may be enforced as an infraction of the same class of infraction as the state statute.
(Ord. 2015-03, passed 4-9-15)