§ 90.011  RUNNING AT LARGE; NUISANCES.
   No person owning, possessing or harboring any animal with the city shall permit the animal to become a nuisance. Any animal, other than a dog trained for law enforcement in the performance of its duties, shall be considered a nuisance if the animal;
   (A)   Causes repeated unreasonable disturbances or substantial damage to a non-owner’s property;
   (B)   Causes unsanitary, dangerous or unreasonably offensive conditions which represent a threat to the public health, safety or welfare;
   (C)   Chases vehicles on a public right-of-way;
   (D)   Without provocation, chases, molests, attacks, bites or unreasonably interferes with any person lawfully on the premises of its owners;
   (E)   Without provocation, chases, molests, attacks, bites or unreasonably interferes with any person while off the premises of the owners; and/or
   (F)   Chases, molests, attacks, bites or unreasonably interferes with other animals while off the premises of the owner.
(1980 Code, § 22.112)  (Ord. 9001, passed 1-26-2004)  Penalty, see § 90.999