§ 91.09  VICIOUS AND DANGEROUS DOGS.
   (A)   No person shall own, keep, house or have charge of any dog which has an ugly or vicious disposition or is dangerous to persons or property. Any dog shall be deemed vicious which has bitten a person or domestic animal without provocation, or which by its actions gives indications that it is reasonably likely to bite any person or domestic animal without provocation. The owner, or any person entitled to possession or control of the dog, shall deliver same to the enforcing officer for confinement or disposal.
   (B)   Any dog or other animal that has bitten a person shall be held in confinement for a period of at least ten days from the date the person was bitten. If the animal dies during the period of confinement, the head shall be sent to a laboratory for examination for evidence of rabies in the manner specified by state regulations for the control of rabies as promulgated by the Health Department.
Penalty, see § 10.99
Statutory reference:
   Dangerous animals; complaints, retention, destruction, court orders to protect the public, see M.C.L.A. §§ 287.321 and 287.322