Chapter 6.04
ANIMAL CONTROL CODE

Sections:

6.04.010    City power.

6.04.015    Chapter 16.08 RCW adopted.

6.04.020    Definitions.

6.04.030    Licensing.

6.04.040    License fees.

6.04.050    License--Permit--Issuance and revocation.

6.04.060    Animal control officer--Duties--Authority.

6.04.070    Dogs.

6.04.080    Animal nuisance--Prohibited generally.

6.04.090    Noise disturbance--Nuisance.

6.04.100    Trespass or damage to property--Nuisance.

6.04.110    Jumping or barking at pedestrians--Nuisance.

6.04.120    Keeping in nauseous manner--Nuisance.

6.04.130    Vicious animals--Prohibited--Nuisance.

6.04.135    Declaring dogs “dangerous dogs.”

6.04.140    Fowl prohibited.

6.04.150    Livestock prohibited.

6.04.155    Impoundment.

6.04.160    Repealed.

6.04.170    Repealed.

6.04.180    Repealed.

6.04.190    Nuisance behavior--Determination.

6.04.200    Animal care requirements--Cruelty prohibited.

6.04.210    Bite--Quarantine.

6.04.220    Wild animals prohibited.

6.04.230    Animal exhibitions.

6.04.240    Exemptions.

6.04.250    Pet shop zoning.

6.04.260    Animal waste removal.

6.04.270    Nuisance abatement.

6.04.280    Enforcement.

6.04.290    Killing or butchering domestic animals and fowl.

6.04.300    Violation--Penalties.

6.04.010 City power.

The provisions of this chapter shall be deemed an exercise of the police powers of the city for the reasonable regulation, utilization and treatment of animals and at the same time providing for the health, safety, welfare and general protection of the citizens of Wapato. (Ord. 843 §1, 1987)

6.04.015 Chapter 16.08 RCW adopted.

All sections in Chapter 16.08 RCW dealing with dogs, together with all associated statutes and regulations incorporated by reference therein and including all penalties provided therein, are adopted by reference to the same extent as if fully set forth in this chapter. (Ord. 1190 §3, 2008)

6.04.020 Definitions.

As used in this chapter, the following words shall be defined as follows:

A. “Allow” means to grant, approve or permit by action or inaction.

B. “Animal” means any living creature, domestic or wild, except human.

C. “Animal shelter” means any facility operated by a humane society, municipal agency, or other organization, or its authorized agents, for the purpose of impounding or caring for animals held under the authority of this chapter or state law.

D. “Butchering” means the processing of animals or fowl for market and/or home use.

E. “Domestic animals” means any animals that are usually tamed or bred for the uses of humans.

F. “Kennel” means any person, partnership, corporation or entity engaged in the business of breeding, buying, selling or boarding dogs; or any owner possessing four or more like animals for more than a thirty-day period.

G. “Killing” means destroying the life of any animal and/or fowl.

H. “Person” means an individual, partnership, corporation or entity.

I. “Pet shop” means any person, partnership, corporation or entity, whether operated separately or in connection with another business enterprise, which buys, sells, or boards any species of animal.

J. “Public nuisance” means any animal or animals which:

1. Molests, lunges, or is aggressive towards passersby or passing vehicles;

2. Attacks other animals;

3. Trespasses on school grounds or private property;

4. Is repeatedly at large;

5. Damages private or public property;

6. Barks, whines, howls or makes any noise in an excessive, continuous or untimely fashion.

K. “Restraint” means an animal that is:

1. On the property of its owner or another entrusted with its care by the owner and the property is fenced or enclosed in such a manner that the animal cannot leave the property; or

2. On the property of its owner or another entrusted with its care by the owner and attached to an immovable object by a chain, leash, rope or other such substance, the length of which cannot permit the animal to leave the limits of the property. The material used must be of sufficient strength to prevent the escape of the animal; or

3. Off the property of the owner and on a leash, cord, rope or chain no longer than eight feet and under the control of a person able to restrain the animal.

L. “Veterinary hospital” means any establishment maintained and operated by a licensed veterinarian for the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and injuries of animals. (Ord. 1190 §5, 2008:  Ord. 843 §2, 1987)

6.04.030 Licensing.

A. License Required. It is unlawful for any person to own any dog over the age of three months within the city unless the owner has first procured a license therefor or unless no license is required by this chapter. This provision does not apply to the keeping of small cage birds, and small aquatic and/or amphibian animals as pets.

B. Dogs Excluded From License Requirements. The licensing provisions of this chapter shall not apply to the following dogs:

1. Whose owners are nonresidents temporarily within the city;

2. Brought into the city for the purpose of participating in any dog show;

3. Seeing eye dogs properly trained to assist blind persons, when such dogs are actually being used by blind persons, for the purpose of aiding them in going from place to place; and governmental police dogs;

4. Hearing dogs properly trained to assist hearing impaired persons, when such dogs are actually being used by hearing impaired persons for the purpose of aiding them in going from place to place; and

5. Licensed pet stores are exempt from the dog licensing requirement of those dogs kept and intended for sale.

C. Application for License--License Year--Tag. Applications for Wapato city dog licenses shall be made at the office of the Wapato city clerk/treasurer. Upon payment to the city of the required license fee provided in this chapter, a license shall be issued. Upon such application being made and license fee being paid, there shall be issued a metal tag upon which shall be inscribed “Wapato (License Number) Dog (Year) Tag,” which tag shall be worn by the dog at all times. Issuance of the dog tag shall occur following payment of the applicable fee and completion of forms as provided by the city clerk/treasurer, disclosing the owner’s name, address, the name and type of the animal to be licensed, the age of the animal, its sex, and if female, whether or not the animal has been spayed, together with any other information the clerk/treasurer deems advisable. It shall be the duty of the city clerk/treasurer to keep and maintain a public list of all owners to whom licenses are issued, together with the number of the licensing tag issued to each owner. Application for a license must be made within thirty days after obtaining a dog over three months old. Failure to obtain a license as required within the time period specified in this section shall constitute a violation of this chapter. (Ord. 843 §3, 1987)

6.04.040 License fees.

A. The annual license fee shall be as follows:

1. For each female or male dog (altered or unaltered), the license fee shall be set by fee resolution.

2. For any kennel or pet shop, covering all animals kept during the year, fifty dollars;

3. For any commercial zoo or similar place of exhibition of animals, with fixed location in the city, covering all animals kept, fifty dollars;

4. For any abattoir, stockyard, hatchery, livestock auction, or other places where livestock or poultry are regularly bred, kept, offered for sale or slaughtered for commercial purposes, covering all animals kept during the year, fifty dollars.

B. In the case of animals previously licensed or required to be licensed, there shall be an additional fee of two dollars for each animal license which is purchased more than thirty-one days after the seventeenth day of March of any year.

C. Any owner claiming any animal as spayed shall file with the city clerk/treasurer a certificate from a licensed veterinarian to that effect. Absent such filing, the unspayed fee shall be assessed, unless proof satisfactory to the licensing authority is presented by the owner.

D. No person may use any license for any animal other than the animal for which it was issued.

E. No person, partnership, company or corporation shall operate a commercial animal establishment or animal shelter without first obtaining a permit in compliance with this chapter.

F. The permit period shall begin and end as set forth in this chapter. Renewal applications for permits shall be made thirty days prior to the permit period ending. Application for a permit or a license to establish a new commercial animal establishment under the provisions of this chapter may be made at any time. If there is a change in ownership of a commercial animal establishment, the new owner may have the current license transferred to his name upon payment of a transfer fee. There shall be a transfer fee of two dollars.

G. Every facility regulated by this chapter shall be considered a separate enterprise and requires an individual license or permit.

H. No license fee may be required of any veterinary hospital, animal shelter or government-operated zoological park.

I. Failure to obtain a license or permit before opening any facility covered under this chapter shall constitute a violation of this chapter punishable as indicated in this chapter.

J. Any person who has a change in the category under which a license/permit was issued shall be subject to reclassification and appropriate adjustment of the permit fee shall be made. (Ord. 1239 §2, 2011:  Ord. 843 §4, 1987)

6.04.050 License--Permit--Issuance and revocation.

A. The licensing authority may revoke any permit or license if the person holding the permit or license refuses or fails to comply with this chapter, regulations promulgated by the licensing authority, or any law governing the protection and keeping of animals.

B. Any person whose permit or license is revoked shall, within ten days thereafter, humanely dispose of all animals owned, kept, or harbored by such person and no part of the permit or license fee shall be refunded.

C. It shall be a condition of the issuance of any permit or license that the licensing authority shall be permitted to inspect all animals and the premises where animals are kept at any time and shall, if permission for such inspections is refused, revoke the permit or license of the refusing owner.

D. If the applicant has withheld or falsified any information on the application, the licensing authority shall refuse to issue a permit or license.

E. No person who has been convicted of cruelty to animals shall be issued a permit or a license to operate a commercial animal establishment.

F. Any person having been denied a license or permit may not reapply for a period of thirty days. Each reapplication shall be accompanied by a five dollar fee. (Ord. 843 §5, 1987)

6.04.060 Animal control officer--Duties--Authority.

A. An animal control officer may be appointed by the mayor of the city to enforce laws and/or ordinances relating to dogs and other animals and fowl. The animal control officer will work under the direction of the chief of police.

B. The animal control officer shall enforce all ordinances pertaining to the regulation, control and licensing of dogs and other animals and fowl in the city, concurrently with the police department.

C. The animal control officer shall detain and impound any animal found to be in violation of any provision of city ordinances.

D. Any animal control officer shall have police powers in the enforcement of this chapter and no person shall interfere with, hinder, molest or abuse any animal control officer in the exercise of his or her lawful duties.

E. If an animal control officer is not appointed by the mayor, the Wapato police department shall have exclusive enforcement rights with regard to animals under Title 6 of the Wapato Municipal Code. In any section of Title 6 wherein it states duties or other actions of an animal control officer, such duties or other actions may also be taken by any member of the Wapato police department. (Ord. 1190 §6, 2008:  Ord. 843 §6, 1987)

6.04.070 Dogs.

A. All dogs shall be kept under restraint.

B. Every female dog in heat shall be confined in a building or secure enclosure in such a manner that such female dog cannot come into contact with another animal except for planned breeding.

C. Limit per Household. The maximum number of dogs over the age of three months permitted per household within the city limits shall be limited to three. (Ord. 843 §§7(A), (C), 11, 16, 1987)

6.04.080 Animal nuisance--Prohibited generally.

No owner shall fail to exercise proper care and control of his animals to prevent them from becoming a public nuisance. (Ord. 843 §7(B), 1987)

6.04.090 Noise disturbance--Nuisance.

It is unlawful for any person in the city to keep or harbor any animal which by frequent or habitual howling, yelping, barking or making of other noises shall annoy or disturb a neighborhood. Any such animal is declared to be a nuisance and may be seized and impounded as provided in this chapter. For the purposes of this section, no action may be taken for a violation of this chapter except upon the written complaint of one or more persons residing in separate residences within the immediate neighborhood. (Ord. 843 §7(D), 1987)

6.04.100 Trespass or damage to property--Nuisance.

It is unlawful for any person owning or having the control of any animal to permit the same to trespass upon private or public property so as to damage or destroy any property or thing of value, and any such animal is declared to be a nuisance and may be seized and impounded as provided in this chapter. (Ord. 843 §7(E), 1987)

6.04.110 Jumping or barking at pedestrians--Nuisance.

It is unlawful for any person to keep or harbor any animal that frequently or habitually snarls and growls at or snaps or jumps upon or threatens persons lawfully upon the public sidewalks, streets, alleys or public places of the city, and the same is declared to be a nuisance, and any such animal may be seized or impounded as provided in this chapter. (Ord. 843 §7(F), 1987)

6.04.120 Keeping in nauseous manner--Nuisance.

It is unlawful for any person to keep, harbor or maintain any animal, in any pen, kennel, yard, enclosure or building in which animals are kept, in the city in such manner as to be nauseous, foul or offensive, and any such animal or condition or manner of maintenance is declared to be a nuisance. For the purposes of this section, no action may be taken for a violation of this chapter except upon the written complaint of one or more persons residing in separate residences within the immediate neighborhood. (Ord. 843 §7(G), 1987)

6.04.130 Vicious animals--Prohibited--Nuisance.

A. It is unlawful for any person to keep, harbor or maintain on or off his premises, in a manner liable to endanger the safety of persons or property lawfully upon the premises, or upon any public way or place immediately adjoining the premises, any vicious, menacing or dangerous animals.

B. It is the duty of any person who keeps, harbors or maintains any vicious, menacing or dangerous animal to secure such animal, or to secure the premises where such animal is kept, harbored or maintained, so as to prevent such animal from wandering onto the private property of another, or onto any street, alley, sidewalk, way, boulevard, park, public playground or school ground, or any other public place. Every vicious animal shall be securely muzzled or caged whenever off the premises of its owner. It is unlawful for any person who keeps, harbors, or maintains any such vicious, menacing or dangerous animal to fail to perform the duty imposed by this subsection.

C. Any vicious, menacing or dangerous animal which is kept, harbored or maintained in such manner so as to violate subsection A of this section, or which is found on the private property of another or on any public street, alley, sidewalk, way, boulevard, park, public playground or school ground, or in any other public place in violation of subsection B of this section, is declared to constitute a public nuisance subject to immediate impoundment under the provisions of this chapter. Upon the conviction of any person charged with violating this section, the court may in its discretion order the dog or other animal to be killed or otherwise disposed of by the Yakima County Humane Society, with the cost thereof to be collected from the owner of the animal.

D. Upon the conviction of any person charged with violating this section, and in the event the court does not order any dog to be killed, the dog that was the cause of the violation and conviction shall be deemed a dangerous dog pursuant to Chapter 16.08 RCW, and shall further be subject to all of the terms and conditions found in Chapter 16.08 RCW and this title pertaining to dangerous dogs. (Ord. 1190 §7, 2008:  Ord. 1131 §1, 2005; Ord. 843 §7(H), 1987)

6.04.135 Declaring dogs “dangerous dogs.”

A. In addition to the provisions of Chapter 16.08 RCW, et seq., in the event a police officer witnesses a vicious, menacing, aggressive, or otherwise dangerous dog, or takes a report regarding an unprovoked dog bite to a human wherein injury occurred, said police officer shall declare the dog dangerous.

B. The police officer shall issue a notice to the dog owner pursuant to RCW 16.08.080, which complies with RCW 16.08.080.

C. The chief of police shall be the “animal control authority” for purposes of Chapter 16.08 RCW.

D. Appeals of the animal control authority shall be to the Wapato city council. The Wapato city council’s decision may be appealed to the Wapato municipal court. (Ord. 1190 §4, 2008)

6.04.140 Fowl prohibited.

It is unlawful for any person to keep, harbor or maintain on or off his premises within the city limits any chickens, ducks, geese, turkeys, peacocks or other fowl. (Ord. 843 §7(I), 1987)

6.04.150 Livestock prohibited.

It is unlawful for any reason to keep, harbor or maintain on or off his premises within the city limits any cattle, horses, ponies, mules, bovine animals, sheep, goats, rabbits and/or swine. (Ord. 843 §7(J), 1987)

6.04.155 Impoundment.

In the event any animal is to be impounded pursuant to the Wapato Municipal Code, or Chapter 16.08 RCW as adopted by this chapter, the procedures found in Wapato Municipal Code Sections 6.06.030 through 6.06.090 shall apply to impounding said animal. (Ord. 1190 §9, 2008)

6.04.160 Impoundment--Procedure.

Repealed by Ord. 1190. (Ord. 843 §8, 1987)

6.04.170 Impoundment--Notice.

Repealed by Ord. 1190. (Ord. 843 §9, 1987)

6.04.180 Impoundment--Redemption.

Repealed by Ord. 1190. (Ord. 843 §10, 1987)

6.04.190 Nuisance behavior--Determination.

A. No owner shall fail to exercise proper care and control of his animals to prevent them from becoming a public nuisance. Excessive, continuous or untimely barking, howling, molesting passersby, viciousness, chasing vehicles, habitually attacking other domestic animals, trespassing upon school grounds, trespassing upon private property in such manner as to damage property, causing undue annoyance, or making noises, shall be deemed a public nuisance. If an animal has been impounded on more than three separate occasions during a twelve-month period, the animal shall be deemed a public nuisance.

B. Whenever it shall be affirmed in writing by one person or more having separate residence(s) or regularly employed in the neighborhood, that any animal is a public nuisance, the humane officer shall serve notice upon the owner that such nuisance must be abated within forty-eight hours, after which the humane officer shall determine whether such nuisance has been abated and if not, the owner may be proceeded against for violation of this chapter.

C. All animals not licensed under the provisions of this chapter, or who do not exhibit the metal identification tag provided for through this chapter, are declared to be public nuisances. Such animals may be impounded in accordance with the provisions of this chapter and disposed of in the manner provided by this chapter. (Ord. 843 §12, 1987)

6.04.200 Animal care requirements--Cruelty prohibited.

A. No owner shall fail to provide animals with sufficient good and wholesome food and water, property shelter and protection from the weather, veterinary care when needed to prevent suffering, and the humane care and treatment. No person shall beat, cruelly ill-treat, torment, overload, overwork or otherwise abuse any animal, or cause or permit any dog fight, cockfight, bullfight, or other combat between animals or between animals and humans. No owner of an animal shall abandon such animal.

B. Any person who, as the operator of a motor vehicle, strikes an animal shall stop at once and render such assistance as may be possible and shall immediately report such injury or death to the animal’s owner; in the event the owner cannot be ascertained and located, such operator shall at once report the accident to the appropriate law enforcement agency or to the local humane society.

C. No person shall expose any known poisonous substance, whether mixed with food or not, so that the same shall be liable to be eaten by any animal, provided, that it shall not be unlawful for a person to expose on his own property common rat poison mixed only with vegetable substances.

D. Remnants of Dead Animals. The keeping or allowing to be and remain in any building, yard, enclosure, alley, street, avenue, park, public place, or in any place within the limits of the city, any unsound, putrid or unwholesome bones, meat, hides, skins or the whole or any part of any dead animal or fish, or any unsound, putrid or unwholesome substance, or the offal, garbage, or other offensive parts of any animal is declared to be a nuisance.

E. Unsanitary Premises. Any person who erects or constructs or keeps, uses or maintains within the city any pen, lot or place or premises in which animals may be confined or kept in such manner as to be nauseous, foul or offensive, or for any cause to be an annoyance to the neighborhood, because be being improperly cared for, is subject to infraction charges. (Ord. 843 §13, 1987)

6.04.210 Bite--Quarantine.

A. Any animal which bites a person shall be quarantined for ten days if ordered by the director of public health. During quarantine, the animal shall be securely confined and kept from contact with any other animal. At the discretion of the director of public health, the quarantine may be on the premises of the owner. If the director of public health requires other confinement, the owner shall surrender the animal for the quarantine period to an animal shelter or shall, at his own expense, place it in a veterinary hospital.

B. No police officer or other person shall unnecessarily kill, or cause to be killed, any animal suspected of being rabid, except after the animal has been placed in quarantine and the diagnosis of rabies made by a licensed veterinarian. If the veterinarian diagnoses rabies in an animal in quarantine, then the animal shall be humanely killed and the head of such animal sent to a laboratory for pathological examination and confirmation of the diagnosis.

C. Restrictions During Quarantine--Impounding and Disposal. During the period of any quarantine made under the provisions of this chapter, the owner or keeper of any animal so quarantined shall not allow the animal to come in contact with any other animal or person, or permit such animal to run at large on any street, or highway, or other property in the city, or upon the premises where quarantined unless the premises be enclosed by a secure fence, nor shall such owner or keeper remove or cause such animal to be removed from the premises without the consent of the animal control officer. These restrictions shall continue until the animal has been released from quarantine. Any animal subject to these restrictions found running at large as defined in this chapter, shall be impounded, and unless claimed and redeemed by its owner within two days after the expiration of quarantine period, may be humanely disposed of by the proper authorities.

D. Animals Bitten or Exposed--Time Period for Treatment. Any animal known to have been bitten or otherwise exposed to a rabid animal must be destroyed or given antirabies (Pasteur) treatment or confined for a period of not less than six months, unless such exposed animal has been vaccinated against rabies not longer than six months, but not less than thirty days, prior to exposure, in which case such animal shall remain under surveillance for six months. If antirabies (Pasteur) treatment is given to such exposed animal, confinement and surveillance may be reduced to three months following exposure.

E. Declaration of Hazard--Impounding and Disposal. Whenever rabies or hydrophobia are declared by the animal control officer and/or the director of public health to be a hazard to public health, it is unlawful for any owner, keeper or handler of any animal to keep or harbor same within the city, unless such animal is securely confined at all times by leash or kept in a tight enclosure from which the animal cannot escape. Any animal found running at large in the city during the period shall be impounded and, unless claimed and redeemed by its owner within two days after such impounding, may be humanely disposed of by the proper authorities.

F. Declaration of Hazard--Notice--Power of Animal Control Officer. Whenever rabies or hydrophobia is considered by the animal control officer to be a hazard to public health, that officer shall have a notice published in the local newspaper announcing such hazard; this notice shall run for three consecutive days. The provisions of this chapter pertaining to rabies (that is subsections B, D and E of this section), shall be applicable for a period not to exceed ninety days beyond the last date the notice was published, provided, that the animal control officer be allowed authority to extend the quarantine when, in his judgment, such an extension or renewal of the quarantine and treatment period is necessary. (Ord. 843 §14, 1987)

6.04.220 Wild animals prohibited.

A. No person shall keep or permit to be kept on his premises any wild or vicious animal for display or for exhibition purposes, whether gratuitously or for a fee. This section shall not be construed to apply to zoological parks, performing animal exhibitions, or circuses.

B. No person shall keep or permit to be kept any wild animal as a pet.

C. No person shall keep or permit to be kept any livestock or fowl within the city limits. (Ord. 843 §15, 1987)

6.04.230 Animal exhibitions.

A. No performing animal exhibition or circus shall be permitted in which animals are induced or encouraged to perform through the use of chemical, mechanical, electrical or manual devices in a manner which will cause, or is likely to cause, physical injury or suffering.

B. All equipment used on a performing animal shall fit properly and be in good working condition. (Ord. 843 §17, 1987)

6.04.240 Exemptions.

School projects on school property, parades and other community events subject to the prior approval of the city council, may be exempted from the provisions of Sections 6.04.030, 6.04.040, 6.04.050, 6.04.140, 6.04.150 and 6.04.220(C). All other sections and subsections of this chapter shall apply to these otherwise exempted activities as determined by the city council. (Ord. 843 §18, 1987)

6.04.250 Pet shop zoning.

Pet shops shall be permitted in the local business zone, provided, that the business conducted on the premises shall be limited to the selling at retail of pet supplies and small pets such as birds, mice, fish, guinea pigs, lizards, turtles, dog puppies under the age of three months, and other pets of like nature not exceeding fifty pounds in weight, excluding poisonous creatures; provided, further, that no creatures shall be displayed or kept outside the building at any time. (Ord. 843 §19, 1987)

6.04.260 Animal waste removal.

The owner of every animal shall be responsible for the removal of any excreta deposited by his animal(s) on public walks, streets, recreation areas or private property. (Ord. 843 §20, 1987)

6.04.270 Nuisance abatement.

Any person violating any of the provisions of this chapter in the keeping or maintaining of any nuisance as defined in this chapter shall, in addition to the fine or imprisonment, or both provided for in this chapter, by order of the court in such action be ordered to forthwith abate and remove the nuisance, and if the same is not done by such offender within twenty-four hours thereafter, the same shall be abated and removed under the direction of the officer authorized by the order of the court, which the order of abatement shall be entered upon the docket of the court and made a part of the judgment in the action. Any such person shall be liable for all costs and expenses of abating the same when such nuisance has been abated by an officer of the city. (Ord. 843 §21, 1987)

6.04.280 Enforcement.

Any humane officer shall have police powers in the enforcement of this chapter and no person shall interfere with, hinder, molest or abuse any humane officer in the exercise of his lawful duties. (Ord. 843 §22, 1987)

6.04.290 Killing or butchering domestic animals and fowl.

No person shall kill any animal or fowl within the city limits of Wapato. Butchering of animals and/or fowl shall be conducted inside buildings and in such a manner so as to eliminate any and all potential for public viewing. No carcasses and/or parts thereof shall be in public view within the city limits except for regulated butcher shops and/or lockers approved by city, state and/or federal authorities. No person shall dispose of carcasses and/or parts thereof in any manner other than in a type of container which prevents any and all accessibility by other animals and/or viewing by the public. (Ord. 843 §23, 1987)

6.04.300 Violation--Penalties.

Any person violating the provisions of this chapter, not including any violation of Chapter 16.08 RCW as adopted herein, whose penalty provisions are outlined in Chapter 16.08 RCW et seq. and fully incorporated herein, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be punished by a fine of up to one thousand dollars or by imprisonment of up to ninety days, or by both a fine and imprisonment. If any violation is continuing, each day’s violation shall be a separate violation. In addition to said penalties as outlined, if any person is found guilty by a court of violating Section 6.04.200, his or her permit to own, keep, harbor or have custody of any animal shall be automatically revoked and no new permit may be issued for a period of one full year (three hundred sixty-five days). (Ord. 1190 §8, 2008:  Ord. 843 §24, 1987)