[R.O. 2008 §5-55; Ord. No. 1879 §1, 8-11-1997]
The Animal Control Officer or Police Officer, while in pursuit of an animal running at large, shall have the right of entry to any lots or lands including those of the owner of such animal for the purpose of collecting any animal found in violation of this Article.
[R.O. 2008 §5-56; Ord. No. 1879 §1, 8-11-1997]
The Animal Control Officer or Police Officer shall have the right of entry to any building or premises within any quarantined area during the period of such quarantine for the purposes of examining or collecting any animal suspected of having rabies or having been exposed to rabies.
[R.O. 2008 §5-57; Ord. No. 1879 §1, 8-11-1997]
It shall be a violation of this Article for any person:
To interfere with or obstruct a City Official in the reasonable performance of his/her duty in enforcing this Chapter including apprehending any animal for impoundment or investigation under this Article including concealing an animal.
To refuse to deliver up an animal upon request whenever the official has reasonable cause to believe that such animal is unlicensed or does not have a current inoculation against rabies or such animal is running at large in violation of this Article.
Any individual in possession of a guide or support dog shall inform the City Official enforcing this Chapter that the dog is a guide or support dog and consideration shall be given by the enforcement official to the circumstances necessitating the removal of the dog from the individual.