Chapter 66 DOGS AND OTHER ANIMALS.
Section 66-12 DEFINITIONS.
As used in this Article, the following terms shall have the meaning indicated:
DOMESTICATED HOUSEHOLD PETS - Animals kept for companionship, rather than as
consumable commodity or producer thereof, which are tame, nonvenomous or nonpredatory, and
shall include but not be limited to dogs, house cats, caged birds, rabbits, hamsters and gerbils.
EXOTIC ANIMALS - Those animals, other than dogs, house cats, caged birds and other
domesticated household pets, which because of a predatory nature, venomous bite or sting, size
or disposition present a potential danger to town residents, including but not limited to lions and
tigers, mountain lions and other large cats, bears, poisonous snakes and lizards, elephants,
monkeys and apes, foxes, wolves, coyotes, alligators and crocodiles.
FOWL - Those birds raised for the purpose of meat, egg or feather production, and shall include
but not be limited to, chickens, ducks, geese, turkeys, peacocks, guinea hens and pigeons,
including homing pigeons.
LIVESTOCK - Those animals raised for the purpose of meat and dairy production, hide or fur
production or as draft animals, and shall include but not be limited to cows, horses, donkeys,
mules, pigs, sheep, buffalo, deer and antelope, rabbits (if raised for meat or hides), minks or