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A. Any person having knowledge of any individual or animal having been bitten by an animal of a species subject to rabies shall report the incident immediately to the Office of Animal Services or to the Salt Lake Valley Health Department.
B. The owner of an animal that bites a person, and any person bitten by an animal, shall report the bite to the Office of Animal Services or the Valley Health Department within twenty four (24) hours of the bite, regardless of whether or not the biting animal is of a species subject to rabies.
C. A physician (or other medical personnel) who renders professional treatment to a person bitten by an animal shall report the fact that such physician (or personnel) has rendered professional treatment to the Office of Animal Services or the Valley Health Department within twenty four (24) hours of his or her first professional attendance. He or she shall report the name, sex, phone number and address of the person bitten as well as the type and location of the bite. If known, he or she shall give the name and address of the owner of the animal that inflicted the bite, and any other facts that may assist the Office of Animal Services in ascertaining the immunization status of the animal.
D. Any person treating an animal bitten, injured or mauled by another animal shall report the incident to the Office of Animal Services. The report shall contain the name, phone number and address of the owner of the wounded, injured or bitten animal, the name, phone number and address of the owner and description of the animal which caused the injury, and the location of the incident.
E. Any person not conforming with the requirements of this section shall be in violation of this title. (Ord. 1-06 § 30, 2006: Ord. 69-99 § 6, 1999: Prior Code § 100-1-18)