§ 91.070  ANIMALS RUNNING AT LARGE.
   (A)   It shall be unlawful for the owner of any animal to permit the animals to run at large within the city. The animal may be allowed beyond the premises of the owner when leashed to the owner or other person authorized by the keeper.
   (B)   Also, nothing herein contained shall be construed to prohibit the owner of any animal from escorting the animal properly leashed, to premises other than those of the owner for purposes of exercise, visitation, companionship, participation in shows and exhibitions, or treatment and care by duly constituted veterinarian or kennel for hire to the public; or from transporting the animal in an automobile or other vehicle; or from training or exhibiting the animal without leash on private premises or public shows and exhibition premises, under conditions where the unleashed animals are otherwise restrained from leaving the premises; nothing herein contained is to be construed as constituting the authorization of the invasion of privacy rights of any person.
(Ord. 483, passed 1-27-1987; Ord. 483A, passed 3-23-1993; Ord. 483D, passed 8-27-1996)  Penalty, see § 91.999