Chapter 66 DOGS AND OTHER ANIMALS.
Section 66-19 UNEXPECTED EXPOSURE TO FRIGHTENING DISPLAY.
No owner or custodian of an intimidating animal, whether or not such animal is contained or
muzzled, shall leave such animal in, on or along a public place or way or place open to the
public, when not under its owner's or custodian's immediate control, where it may attack, charge
or approach or attempt to attack, charge or approach a person or animal while barking, growling,
with raised hackles, or in any other threatening manner and under circumstances that would
cause a reasonable person to be startled, afraid or in fear of harm.
(Ord. No. 5-96 Added 5-13-96)