No Owner or Custodian of any Animal, wild or domestic, shall permit or suffer the Animal to do any of the following:
Be at large;
Act or be kept in such a manner as to constitute an Animal Nuisance within the meaning of this chapter, as described in Section 4.07.3300 et. seq.;
Endanger the life or health of others;
Damage the property of others; or
Be afflicted with and not be receiving medically accepted treatment for zoonotic or other communicable disease.
If found guilty of violating this section, the Owner or Custodian may be ordered by the Animal Services Manager, Hearing Officer, or Court to relocate or otherwise remove the Animal from the location where it is kept to prevent further violations. The Animal Services Manager, Hearing Officer, or Court may also prohibit the Owner or Custodian from owning Animals for a period of three years. These actions may be taken in addition to any other fine or punishment the Animal Services Manager, Hearing Officer, or Court deems necessary.