Any animal which does any of the following is hereby declared to be a public nuisance, and may be impounded by the Animal Control Officer at a cost to be borne by the owner. It is unlawful for any person to permit such animal or animals to:
   A.   Molest passersby or passing vehicles;
   B.   Attack other animals;
   C.   Trespass on school grounds;
   D.   Repeatedly be at large;
   E.   Damage public or private property;
   F.   Bark, whine, howl, crow or burrow in an excessive, continuous or untimely fashion;
   G.   Repeatedly cause garbage to be thrown about; (Ord. 119, 2-25-1997)
   H.   A person who opens and does not close a gate thereby releasing the animal(s) of another as defined in section 5-2-4 of this chapter, creates a public nuisance and is subject to the provisions of this section as though such person were the owner of such animal(s) put at large, including, but not limited to, the payment of damages caused to the owner(s) of the animal(s) released and/or damages caused to others and their property and the payment of impound fees and costs. (Ord. 07-283, 2-13-2007)