1. Intentionally inflicted or attempted to inflict a bite on a human; or
1. The animal was teased, tortured, or abused by the victim;
3. The animal was acting in a manner consistent with its age;
4. The animal’s action is the result of a professional handling interaction;
5. The animal was responding to pain or injury;
7. The circumstances were such that the bite was accidental or happened by chance rather than intent.
1. Make recommendations to the owner to minimize the probability of future bites that may include, but are not limited to, enrolling the animal in obedience classes, spaying or neutering the animal, muzzling the animal in specific circumstances, or avoiding rough play with the animal; or
2. Set conditions that may include, but are not limited to, requirements for fencing and chaining the animal, maintaining the animal in a house or garage, requiring the animal to be leashed or muzzled when in public or when not controlled by a competent adult, requirements for safe travel with the animal, a requirement of spaying or neutering of the animal, or require that the animal be enrolled in obedience classes; or
3. Order euthanasia.
E. Failure to maintain conditions is a violation.
G. Any owner of an animal deemed dangerous by jurisdictions outside of the Borough shall present the animal to animal control within 30 days of the animal’s arrival in the Borough to be evaluated to determine whether it meets the requirements of a dangerous animal in accordance with this title. Animals determined by animal control to be dangerous shall be handled pursuant to this section.