(A)   No owner shall fail to provide his or her domestic animal(s) with sufficient wholesome and nutritious food, water in sufficient quantities, proper air, shelter space and protection from the weather, veterinary care when needed to prevent suffering, and humane care and treatment.
   (B)   Domestic animals shall be kept in a clean, sanitary, and healthy manner and not confined so as to be forced to stand, sit, or lie in their own excrement.
   (C)   Domestic animals shall have a proper and adequate structure; provided, that will allow that animal to stand, sit, or lie down without restriction.
   (D)   If chained or tied outside, an owner shall have water available at all times to the animal, and a chain, leash, or lead, not less that ten feet; however, this chain, leash, or lead cannot allow the animal to enter onto or into another person's property or onto or into the public right-of-way.
   (E)   No person shall fail to provide care to domestic animals as necessary to prevent suffering if diseased or injured, and, if diseased, shall be segregated from other animals so as to prevent the transmittal of disease to other animals.
   (F)   No domestic animal shall be beaten, cruelly ill-treated, abused, nor be placed in combat with another animal or human.
(Ord. 2014-01-03, passed 1-13-2014)  Penalty, see § 90.99