1272.11   RESTRICTING THE OWNING AND KEEPING OF CERTAIN ANIMALS.
   (a)   No person shall house, feed, own or keep a hog, swine or mink within the Village.
   (b)   No person shall house, feed, graze, own or keep any chicken, poultry or other fowl, rabbits, hoofed quadrupeds or other animals, except a domestic household pet, within 200 feet of any side or rear property line, nor upon any land containing less than two acres or within 20 feet of any reservoir or stream, public sidewalk, right-of-way or thoroughfare within the Village.
   (c)   No person shall house, feed, graze, own or keep more than one four-hoofed quadruped or other animal except a domestic household pet for each two acres of land used for such purpose; however, if such property is less than five acres in total, then no animal shall be housed, fed, grazed, owned or kept upon the property except a domestic household pet.
   (d)   Under no circumstances shall any chicken, poultry, or other fowl, rabbit, hoofed quadruped, or domestic pet be permitted to become offensive to the surrounding area or to the general public either by offensive odor, habits, noise, or by any other means.
   (e)   Household Pets.  Household pets are permitted in all land use districts where residential uses are allowed subject to the following provisions:
      (1)   Up to three dogs or cats or any combination thereof may be kept as household pets.  Livestock and roosters are not permitted to be kept as household pets.
      (2)   No animals are permitted to run at large, but shall be, at all times, confined within a suitable enclosure, kept within the main building, or otherwise be under the control of the owner of the property.
      (3)   Animal enclosures, pen, or runs shall not be located within the front yard, as defined in this Code.
      (4)   Newborn and baby animals up to the age of ten weeks shall not be counted in determining compliance with the numerical limits of this subsection.
(Ord. 2013-01. Passed 2-5-13.)