(A)   Removal: Every person having within his possession or control or upon any premises occupied or owned by him any dead animal or any diseased animal past recovery and likely to become noxious and detrimental to health, shall at once remove or cause the removal of such animal to some proper place and, when such place is designated by the health officer, to the place so designated.
   (B)   Diseased Or Sickly Animals: No diseased or sickly horse, cattle, swine, sheep, dog, cat or other animal, nor any animal which has been exposed to any disease that is contagious among such animals, shall be brought into or kept in the village, except that the owners of diseased or sickly dogs, cats, birds and other domesticated animals kept as household pets shall take measures to assure appropriate veterinary treatment for those animals and shall report the presence of such animals and pets with a contagious illness or disease to a local or state animal control agency.
   (C)   Disposal Of Dead Animals: No person shall throw into a place or leave in any street or public place or public water or public water source, or offensively expose anywhere within the village, the body, or part thereof, of any dead or fatally sick or injured animal, nor shall any person keep any dead animal, or any offensive meat, bird, fowl or fish, in a place where the same may be dangerous to the life or detrimental to the health or safety of any person or the public. (Ord. 2437, 1-21-2003)