§ 90.103  ANIMAL IDENTIFICATION AND RECORD KEEPING.
   (A)   Each permitted restricted animal shall be individually identified by the use of an injectable microchip. Owners may request approval to implant the microchip when the animal is next placed under anesthesia or sedation.
   (B)   Permittee shall maintain a written log for each restricted animal in their possession which documents each animals’ health care.
   (C)   Permittee shall provide and maintain all documentation required by this provision, including all health records for at least three years from the date issued.
(1980 Code, § 22.609)  (Ord. 9001, passed 1-26-2004)  Penalty, see § 90.999