§ 90.008  SEARCH AND SEIZURE IN PURSUIT.
   The Chief of Police, or the Animal Control Officer, and any police office of the city shall have the right to enter upon any private property or public property in the city in order to examine or capture any dog, cat or other animal thereon or therein which the officer reasonably believes to be in violation of this chapter; provided, however that no officer shall have the right to enter any house which is in use as a residence without first having secured a search warrant therefore.
(1980 Code, § 22.109)