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Potentially Dangerous Dog

  1. Any dog which, when unprovoked in an aggressive manner, on two separate occasions within a 36 month period, engages in any behavior that results in bodily injury when the person and the dog are off the property of the owner or keeper of the dog.

  2. Any dog which, unprovoked, bites a person causing a less than severe injury.
Vicious Dog
  1. Any dog which, when unprovoked, in an aggressive manner, inflicts severe injury or kills a human being.

  2. Any dog previously determined to be and currently listed as a potentially dangerous dog which, after its owner or keeper has been notified of this determination, continues the behavior. This is to include any degree of bite injury and would be considered a second offense for a less than severe injury.
Severe Injury
Any physical injury to a human being that results in muscle tears or disfiguring lacerations or injuries which require corrective or cosmetic surgery.


Enclosure for a Dog Deemed Vicious

    A structure suitable to avoid unauthorized contact with a human being  and shall be designed to prevent "trespassing" from young children and prevent the animal from escaping which is kept locked by key or combination. 

    1. The animal may be tethered but must have fencing or a structure provided  at least four (4) feet from all boundaries or areas in which the animal is contained.

    2. The animal may be contained within a fenced area, however the area must have a "double fence" which would provide at least a four (4) foot distance from the initial enclosure.

    3. The animal which is contained within the owner or keeperís dwelling is not considered an adequate enclosure.